Today, Princess Kate and Prince William engaged in a fiercely competitive netball match at the Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre in Marlow. As a part of World Mental Health Week, the Prince and Princess of Wales chose to visit this sports center, which is dedicated to assisting young athletes in maintaining their mental health. Both Kate and William participated in a mental fitness workshop where they attempted their skills in netball. During the workshop, the delighted mother of three could be heard exclaiming “Yes” while raising her arms in celebration after successfully scoring a goal in the net.
Likewise, William demonstrated his athletic skill by effortlessly scoring a goal while he was at the sports center.
At a certain moment, the prince and princess engaged in a friendly marital competition, attempting to prevent each other from scoring goals.
In addition to netball, the royal pair also tried their hand at “goal ball” today, a sport designed for individuals with visual impairments.
During this game, the princess wore a blindfold and held a blue ball.
Afterward, she hurled the ball toward the goal in front of her, and a goalkeeper who was blindfolded had the task of stopping it.
However, Kate emerged triumphant when her ball found its way into the left side of the goal.
A supporter of the couple shared on X, “They truly stand out from the rest.” They further commented, “Our country is extremely fortunate to have them, and their perspective on mental health is invigorating.”
Another individual commented: “They are truly fantastic!”
Despite having two of her fingers bandaged due to a trampoline injury she sustained in September, Kate exhibited outstanding performance today.
Upon her arrival in Marlow today, the 41-year-old princess was dressed in a Zara blazer and her white Veja sneakers.