Kate Middleton playfully reached over to connect with husband Prince William as the two walked together on the soccer field at Bacon's College in London today. Kate, William, and Prince Harry were all there together to launch the Coach Core program, a new fitness initiative to train the next generation of coaches. Kate's dress from Hobbs reportedly cost around $54, just the latest in her collection of affordable frocks. Kate also participated in a game of ping-pong while a crowd watched on. Kate even slipped off her wedges to step barefoot onto the mat to help kick off a judo match.
With the Olympics officially kicking off tomorrow at the opening ceremonies, we will be seeing a lot of Kate, William, and Harry over the coming weeks. The young royals are expected to attend up to 30 events between them — check out which Olympic events Kate Middleton will attend. She already started to show off her England spirit and support of the Games through her fashion choices, wearing a $75,000 Cartier rings necklace, as an homage to the Olympic rings, to the opening of the National Portrait Gallery's Road to 2012: Aiming High photography exhibition last week.