The Duchess of Cambridge tries to be discreet with her nail-biting scene as she and Prince William were cheering on the Team Great Britain in the swimming race.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are frequent guests at the London Olympic Games to cheer on Team Great Britain. In their recent visit, the Duchess of Cambridge looked caught up in the moment as she seemed biting her nail when watching Rebecca Adlington racing in the 800m freestyle swimming final.
Kate wore a white-and-black polka dot top and red jacket, while William was in a suit. She hid her nail-biting scene by putting together both of her hands to cover her mouth. She was seen covering her face with her hands at one point in what looked like a pure nervousness, while her hubby maintained his gaze at the Aquatics Centre.
Earlier in the week, Kate and the Duke of Cambridge showed up at the Eventing Cross Country Equestrian event at Greenwich Park to cheer on his cousin Zara Phillips in horse-riding race. She won a silver medal in her Olympic debut. Kate was less discreet when biting her nail on the third day of the Equestrian Eventing.
Kate and William also witnessed the GB team won gold in the Track Cycling event. The royal couple got into the celebratory excitement and showed PDA by hugging each other. When watching Andy Murray in tennis competition, they raised their hands to join the rest of the crowd in forming a wave.