When it comes to one of Brits' beloved sports, Prince William is not horsing around.
The royal heir participated in the Audi Polo Challenge in Chester, England, this afternoon and proved he was pretty stellar on the stallion. The royal put on his game face and gallivanted across the polo field before scoring a point for his home team.
And not only did William play the part, but he certainly looked the part too. The 30-year-old wore white trousers, laced-up brown boots, and sturdy brown knee pads.
The dad-to-be has been heading quite an active agenda lately.
On Tuesday, William stopped by a London hostel to meet the staff and assess their needs, but he didn't leave until he joined in for a quick game of table tennis. The Duke of Cambridge left quite an impression—and not only for his charity. "It's fair to say Prince William was better than our chief exec Seyi at table tennis," the charity wrote on their Facebook page.
We're not surprised to see the prince is a master of all trades.