Published: Fri, August 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

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England Women's footballer Fara Williams will represent Centrepoint, while television presenter Dan Snow will race for London's Air Ambulance Charity's 30th anniversary campaign.

Their parents, Catherine, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, are taking part in the boat race as captains of two separate boats in the six vessel race.

With their eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, cheering them on, the sporty parents took to the water.

It's been reported that Kate and William's one-year-old son Prince Louis was also in attendance. The royal couple went head to head as skippers of individual sailings boats in the charity race, and had special cheerleaders on the sidelines, their son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte. Kate Middleton wore shorts (!) and rocked a ponytail.

Celebrity participants in the event include Bear Grylls, who is representing Prince William's charity of choice, Tusk, and John Bishop, a former soccer player, representing Action on Addiction.

And in the second race, many boats - including Kate's - were disqualified for not going back and starting the race at the line. Both Kate and William are good sailors.

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Kate competed on behalf of the Royal Foundation, while the duke competed on behalf of Child Bereavement UK.

The winning team of the competing eight will be awarded the King's Cup, the trophy presented by King George V at the Cowes' Royal Yacht Squadron in 1920.

William took the honours again during a visit to the German city of Heidelberg in 2017 when he was victorious in a riverboat race against his wife.

The duke trounced his wife when they competed in a dragon boat race in Canada in 2011, but Kate got her revenge three years later when she won a sailing event in Auckland during their tour of New Zealand.

Spectators watched the race from a 800-seater grandstand, while footage was also played on screens across the town.

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