Matthew Kitchen, NBC Olympics
We already know where the Queen, a three-time honorary medalist of the Olympics after being awarded a gold, silver, and bronze Monday (which seems unfair), will be during the Games, but now we have a better sense of where to see the rest of the Royals.
First on Prince Harry’s list: a date with the Brazilian beach volleyball teams, whom he became friendly with (wink?) during a trip to Flamengo Beach earlier this year. He’ll also go see friend Usain Bolt, who he “raced” and “beat” back in March, and join brother Will and his bride in cheering on their cousin Zara Phillips at the Equestrian Centre in Greenwich.
The young Royal couple will spend plenty of time rooting for Scotsman Andy Murray at Wimbledon and will be on hand to see Team GB compete in women’s field hockey, a sport Kate competed in back in college, as well as catch British swimmer Rebecca Adlington defend her 800m free gold.
Apparently William, the future King of England, has no say in how he’ll spend his next three weeks. Welcome to marriage, sir.
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