Young royals get into the Olympic spirit

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince Harry in Greenwich to meet future sport coaches

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The youn royals chatted to the budding stars at the launch of a new sports project

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As well as chatting the royals joined in the fun and played various sports

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Prince William displayed his football skills in Greenwich

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Despite wearing heels the Duchess of Cambridge also had a go with a football

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The new project, which launched at Bacon's College in Greenwich aims to train the next generation of sports coaches

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The Coach core sports programme is a partnership between the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Greenhouse charity

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Prince William prepares to display his football dribbling skills at the college

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Despite being in shirt and trousers Prince William has a run through the cones, this time without a football

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The Duchess of Cambridge got into the spirit of the day and joined in with the table tennis

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Although she didn't get involved in this sport, the Duchess did meet with some martial arts experts

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Prince Harry moved inside to have a go at some basketball shooting