Although Kate can train and enjoys running, tennis, skiing and even hockey, the Duchess of Cambridge is not allowed to participate in public races. Due to strict Cabinet protocol, his interest in running can only be realized in a private setting.
On Tuesday, the Duchess was seen mountain biking during a visit to Windermere Adventure Training Center (North West England) with RAF cadets, but she was reportedly never allowed to riding the same bike in a cycle race.
In Cumbria, Kate made pledges to further promote her belief that spending time outdoors can improve the mental and physical well-being of children and adults.
Among those the Duchess met were Holocaust survivors Ike Alterman and Arek Hersh.
According to Kate’s friend Bryony Gordon on ITV’s Loose Women, the Duchess is not allowed to participate in the London Marathon, or any public race, for royal reason.
In 2017, the Heads Together mental health campaign, led by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, was the Charity of the Year of the Marathon, which meant all three of the Royal Family attended at the start of the race.
After being introduced to the royal and her charity at the marathon, Bryony asked the mother-of-three if she would run it, to which Kate told the host that security concerns prevented her from doing so.
Kate said, “Oh no, security and all that.”
What Bryony teased to: “If I can do the marathon, you can.”
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Although Kate was unable to run the 26.2 mile marathon on her own, she competed in a 100 meter sprint with Prince William and Prince Harry on a training day with Team Head Togethers.
Prince Harry was the fastest of the trio.
One Middleton licensed to run marathons is Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton, who completed her first marathon in Kenya in 2015.
On her decision to participate in the grueling 42 km course, she explained to HELLO! : “I decided that a marathon was a ‘box for life’ that had to be checked and this year it was my turn, even though it is one of the most difficult in the world. , with temperatures reaching over 30 ° C, at an altitude of 5,550 feet and with the possibility of encountering lions or rhinos. “
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Pippa finished the race in three hours and 56 minutes and was overcome with emotion when she reached the finish line.
She also completed the Great Wall China Marathon, which involves climbing 5,164 steps, in 2016.
She ran the grueling marathon for the British Heart Foundation, a charity she is involved with as an ambassador, and finished the race in 4:54:11.
She finished 13th place among women and fourth place in the 30-34 age group.