Watch Kate Middleton and Prince William Enjoy a Session of Land Yachting in a New Video
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, are enjoying their time together in Scotland and were recently spotted having a session of land yachting.
Prince William and Kate Middleton recently returned to St Andrew's, 20 years after meeting in the university town, and their little reunion has been fun-filled for the royal couple.
The couple shared a lovely video on their official Twitter page, which showed them wearing crash helmets and casual clothes alongside six teenage carers as they tried themselves on land yachting.
The duo, who have been married for a decade, looked excited to renew their sporting rivalry as their faces beamed with smiles during their lovely fun time.
The session was arranged by Fife Young Carers and was hosted by a local company, Blown Away. Prince William and his wife thanked their host for the fun session on their Twitter page.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to St Andrews from the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, where they'll stay while on their week-long tour of Scotland before returning to London.
William and his wife also spoke to students in the university to hear about their challenges during the pandemic and see how they can help.
Humorously, when the beat was repeated, the 39-year-old covered her ears.
Hello St Andrews!— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 26, 2021
Today The Duke and Duchess are opening the day on the West Sands Beach, joining Fife Young Carers for a session of land yachting ⛵ pic.twitter.com/LXTPEQ5GVi
Time in Scotland has been fun and busy for the parents of three. They spent several hours in Orkney, opening a new hospital in Kirkwall and visiting a marine turbine machine while making out time to share a cup of coffee with a relative.
William and Middleton, 39, also teamed up with a Scotland-based Sikh family support charity, Sikh Sanjog, to help the group prepare hot curry meals for disadvantaged communities in Edinburgh.
Fife Young Carers’ hugely impactful work sees them offer young carers some respite from their caring role, and the opportunity to have fun spending time with people of their own age.— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 26, 2021
Thank you to Blown Away for hosting today’s fun session in St Andrews! pic.twitter.com/pp4eHqafvF
Pictures from the moment were shared on their official social media pages, and it showed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looking excited in their new adventure.
During their tour of Scotland, William and Middleton also paid a visit to the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit. While there, the mother of three tried to showcase her musical abilities by creating a beat.
Humorously, when the beat was repeated, the 39-year-old covered her ears, with her 38-year-old husband hilariously confirming it was bad and not suitable for the ears.