The Wales Family Practice Their Archery Skills on the Final Day of Coronation Celebrations
The entire Wales family is participating in the final day of celebrations for King Charles III's coronation.
This morning, Prince William, Catherine, Princess of Wales, and their three kids took part in the Big Help Out, a volunteering event meant to bring people together and help communities in need.
The family of five visited the 3rd Upton Scouts Hut in Slough and practiced their archery skills. Photos show Princess Kate holding a bow and arrow (with no arrow), closing one eye to aim at a target. For the fun day out, the royal dressed in a light denim blue blouse with bulbous sleeves, gray jeans, a brown braid belt, brown boots, and small hoop earrings. She kept her hair down and wore minimal makeup.
William—who looked casually elegant in a navy collared sweater an olive green slacks—cheered her on. Both royals also helped and rooted for their eldest kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as they took a chance. Meanwhile, Prince Louis had a grand old time of his own driving an excavator with his dad and eating roasted marshmallows.
George matched his dad in a blue polo, olive green pants, and a blue jacket. Louis also wore blue: a white-and-blue striped polo, little poppy-blue shorts, a black belt, and black-and-blue sneakers. And Charlotte looked adorable in a Barbie pink sweater, jean shorts, and white sneakers.
The whole family wore yellow-and-purple handkerchiefs tied around their necks to represent their archery team.
TheBig Help Out comes on the third day of King Charles's coronation celebrations. On Saturday, the king was crowned alongside his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort, at Westminster Abbey. And on Sunday, royals and celebrities came together to enjoy a concert at Windsor Castle, which was headlined by Lionel Richie and Katy Perry.
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