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Kate's Got A Real Fan At Commonwealth Games
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be hoping the home nations' gold rush continues as they return to the Commonwealth Games in Scotland where they spent a fun-packed day.
Kate and William joined Prince Harry and Prince Edward as they saw several English, Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish competitors take part in a games that is proving highly successful for the four countries.
The pair laughed, joked and grimaced - and at one point William fanned his wife with her identity pass, as she pulled a funny face.
Host nation Scotland won its 13th gold medal, taking it way beyond the 11 golds it won in Melbourne in 2006. England has 27 golds and Wales has three.
Prince Harry met two Australian players whose selfie of them and the Queen went viral last week.
Jayde Taylor was posing for a photo with team-mate Brooke Peris when the Queen moved into the background as she took the snap.
Taylor said: "We asked [William] if he would do a selfie with us so we could add it to our collection, but he said 'I hate selfies but I will definitely do a photo with you'."
Kate, William and Harry went on to join the Earl of Wessex to watch Scotland take on Wales in the women's hockey.