Kate Middleton Shared Details About Her Everyday Workout Routine

Kate Middleton at Wimbledon

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, who has recently taken over the position of patron of the Rugby Football League from Prince Harry, recently held a reception for England’s Wheelchair Rugby League team to commemorate their World Cup victory against France in November. The princess attributed her own fitness routine to the demanding task of keeping up with her three children.

Kate Middleton Does an Interesting Workout

Kate Middleton holding a reception for England's Wheelchair Rugby League team.

At the event, the attire chosen by Kate Middleton featured a maroon Roland Mouret suit, previously worn during her December tour of Boston. The ensemble included a slim-fit blazer and trousers, complemented by a sweater, gold hoops, and a citrine pendant with sentimental value.

The Princess attributed her fitness routine to her kids. She said that her routine includes running around after her three kids, nine-year-old Prince George, seven-year-old Princess Charlotte, and four-year-old Prince Louis, and whenever she can squeeze in exercise. She even jumps on the trampoline with her children before school!

The Princess Attended a Rugby Game

Kate Middleton at the reception for England’s Wheelchair Rugby League

The princess, who is a patron of the Rugby Football League, expressed her willingness to join and play with the group. She also plans to organize a family training session and mentioned that her children, specifically Prince Louis, are huge fans of the contact sport, and they love to run around and play. Kate Middleton actually told the players that Louis is crazy about rugby.

The Princess of Wales, who inherited the role of royal patron of the Rugby Football League in February 2022, two years after Prince Harry stepped down from his senior royal duties, recently watched the World Cup finals on TV with Prince William and her children. She also attended the quarterfinals in early November, marking her first match as the league’s royal patron.

The princess was seen cheering and clapping alongside the fans during the match, showing her support for the team. She also met with players and staff before and after the match, where they discussed the future of the league and ways to encourage more participation in the sport.