Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry Race Each Other: Who Won?

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On your mark, get set, go! On Sunday, Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry competed in a race against each other for charity. The royals took part in a 50-meter race at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's London Marathon Community Track for their Heads Together mental health organization. The trio met with 150 volunteers who were training for the 2017 London Marathon. But of course, what everyone really wants to know is: Who won the race?

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Taking first place was Prince Harry. Prince William came in second, while the duchess came in last. But of course, the day was all in good fun. Prince Harry laughed as he crossed the finish line, and the duke and duchess hugged it out when it was over. 

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Not surprisingly, Prince William, Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton all looked as fashionable as ever during the event. Kate donned a pair of black skinny jeans, a red jacket, and New Balance sneakers. Harry enjoyed his victory in navy pants, a black jacket, and gray sneakers. And William, perhaps the most dressed up of the bunch, rocked gray pants, blue sneakers, and a white button-down shirt underneath a navy sweater. Talk about running in style. 

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After the race, Prince William told the crowd, "We want to normalize mental health. We want to get people talking about it, to make it more normal and to reduce the stigma. What you are doing and having so many of you here today, you've already seen the benefit of joining in by being part of this marathon. We want to make it a mental health marathon." 

In the past year, Prince Harry and the duke and duchess have put a lot of work into Heads Together. Hopefully, all of their time will pay off and motivate people to get help when they need it. 

And hey, if we can catch a few royal races in the process, all the better. 

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