Princes Harry and William, together with Kate Middleton, attended the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday morning to cheer the runners.
The royals enjoyed their time as they clapped, cheered, handed out refreshments at the mile 22 station, according to ET.
Kate, William and Harry drew attention as they pressed a large red button to give runners the go signal to start the race, then from the sidelines, cheering excitedly to 700 people running the 26 miles for Heads Together, the marathon’s official charity this year. The three wore matching black jackets with the group’s logo. They’ve been leading Head Together’s campaign to end stigma around mental health for years now, E! News reports.
A lot of runners did a double-take when they encountered the trio. Kate, William and Harry also posed for selfies.
The royal couple also shared an adorable moment when William teased Kate with an air horn. Meanwhile, Harry bonded with a runner’s baby, sitting in a carrier.
The three later gave medals to those who completed the marathon, whose route was secured by extra fencing and armed police officers. Harry also handed out awards to Britain’s David Weir, who won the Men’s Wheelchair race, and to Switzerland’s Manuela Schar, who won the Women’s Wheelchair race.
Just last week, Kate hosted runners from the team at Kensington Palace and Harry opened the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon Expo.