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Kate, Wills add royal flair to Commonwealth Games

2014-07-29 08:22

Glasgow — The second in line to the British throne visited the Commonwealth Games on Monday, and he brought along a few of his relatives.

Prince William and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, watched gymnastics and boxing with William's younger brother Prince Harry. And Prince Edward, who is William and Harry's uncle and son of Queen Elizabeth II, brought his family to the table tennis competition.

"It's a game that you need to sit close to in order to appreciate the speed and the skill," Edward said as he watched Nigeria beat India 3-1 in a team bronze medal match.

He said he doesn't own a table at home, but that could change.

"That was one of the reasons why I got my children here, as an opportunity to introduce them to a couple of sports that they might not otherwise have known. So perhaps in the future," Edward said.

The queen officially opened the games last week and visited some events and athletes the following day.


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