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Τρίτη, 29 Ιουλίου 2014

ΔΕΙΤΕ ΤΗΝ KATE MIDDLETON ΝΑ ΠΑΙΖΕΙ ΠΑΡΑΔΟΣΙΑΚΑ ΠΑΙΧΝΙΔΙΑ


Παραδοσιακά παιχνίδια έπαιξε η Kate Middleton μαζί με τον πρίγκιπα William και
τον αδερφό του Harry. Οι τρεις τους επισκέφτηκαν ένα αθλητικό χωριό στη Γλασκόβη οπού πέρασαν ευχάριστες ώρες μαζί με τα παιδιά που βρισκόντουσαν εκεί. Βγήκαν φωτογραφίες, έπαιξαν και μίλησαν μαζί τους κατά τη διάρκεια της διαμονής του εκεί. Στη συνέχεια κάθισαν στο κοινό και ζητοκραύγαζαν τους αθλητές που έπαιρναν μέρος σε αγώνες δρόμου με την Kate πιο ενθουσιασμένη από όλους.
The Duchess of Cambridge played the South African game 'Three Tins' today as she visited the athletes' village during her second day at the Commonwealth Games
Thank you: The Duchess of Cambridge receives a teddy from Kacey Armstronge during a visit to the Commonwealth Games Village in Glasgow
In control: The Duke of Cambridge plays a computer game during a visit to the Commonwealth Games Village in Glasgow
Kate, wearing a blue dress, dark blazer and wedges, wowed the crowd by stepping up and taking part in the traditional game
Kate cheered as she played the game, which involves knocking down tin cans with a ball before re-building them and jumping over them
Three tins: Kate listened as one of the children explained the rules of a game which includes knocking down three tins with a ball before running in to the middle of the square, rebuilding them and hopping over the tins three times.
Prince Harry chats to local schoolchildren during the young royals' trip to the athletes' village on the second day of their visit to Glasgow
The meeting came as the young royals visited Glasgow's Hampden Park to watch the athletics, which had Kate cheering the athletes and competitors

After the apparently painful experience of watching boxing and hockey yesterday, Kate seemed more comfortable while enjoying the track and field events today
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