Just over two weeks removed from hosting the Summer Olympic Games, Prince William and Kate Middleton were back out in the name or sport while attending the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympics on Wednesday night (August 29).
He’s a knight in shining armor as the future King of England, and Prince William led an effort that saved two teenage girls from drowning yesterday (August 16).
The Duke of Cambridge and his fellow RAF crew were on their way back from a mission when their helicopter received a distress call that two sisters, ages 13 and 16, had been overtaken by a rip tide off the coast of Anglesey.
Taking to the sea for the latest Olympic Games happenings, Kate Middleton showed her support for Team GB during the Women's Laser Radials race at the Weymouth & Portland Venue at Weymouth Harbour on Monday (August 6).
Peeking through a pair of binoculars, the Duchess of Cambridge bundled up in a Great Britain jacket and blue skinny jeans while she was seen walking around on the top deck of her water vessel and, at one point, even getting behind the wheel.
Back for another dose of Summer Games excitement, Prince William and Kate Middleton grabbed up prime seats at London's Olympic Stadium to watch the Athletics competitors face off against one another on Saturday (August 4).