Kate Middleton ‘Always Beats’ Prince William in This Surprising Way

Kate Middleton

When we look at Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, we don’t usually think of them as being competitive, at least with each other. They seem to work as a team with everything that they do, from carrying out royal duties to being excellent parents to their three adorable children.

What royal fans often forget is that behind closed doors, the royals are more like us than we actually realize. Prince William and Kate, especially, are one of the most down to earth royal couples ever -—they do everything from having movie nights to spending quality time with the kids.

In addition, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pretty athletic, and they actually enjoy challenging each other from time to time. We can only imagine the playful banter that goes on between them whenever they have the opportunity for some downtime, and as it turns out, the duchess really knows how to hold her own.

Here is how Kate “always beats” Prince William in this surprising way.

Kate Middleton is quite the athlete

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We all know that Kate’s little sister, Pippa, is a sports and exercise enthusiast, but many people may not realize that Kate herself is pretty athletic, too. The duchess has been extremely athletic, ever since her school days and her love for physical activity is still going strong.

According to Shape, she takes part in a bunch of different things. Kate has been known to love skiing and has even gone on a few ski trips with Prince William. In addition to that, when she was away at boarding school, she was an avid runner and field hockey player and was even on the rowing team.

Kate and Prince William have also been seen at many events cheering on their favorite teams from the sidelines. Over the years, they have been photographed having a great time at polo matches, rugby games, and even horse races. Looks like Kate never gets tired of all the excitement.

Kate Middleton is known to be competitive

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