Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton

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The royal family is showing off their sports skills!

During a visit to the Commonwealth Games Village in Glasgow today, Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry got in on the action by participating in some sporting events.

Dressed in a bright blue dress and navy jacket with wedge heels, the Duchess of Cambridge was all smiles while participating in the South African jumping game of three tins. For the event, Kate showed off her impressive hopping skills and landed perfectly on her two feet despite her formal attire.

Prince Harry

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But Kate wasn't the only one who got in on the action. Harry was caught playing a game of catch looking a bit like with a kitten with a toy! Harry and his older brother also tried their hand at three tins during the visit.

In addition to playing some games, Kate, Will and Harry enjoyed a tour of the athletic facilities at Hampden Park where Will even stopped to play video games with some young girls. The trio also got to meet world-famous Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt before heading to the stadium stands to kick back and watch some of the Commonwealth Games from the bleachers.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry

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Kate also chatted with fans and revealed son Prince George has taken a liking to swimming! "[Kate's] been swimming with him. She said he loves the water and he grabs things to splash with," Commonwealth champion James Hickman told ITV. "So, maybe he could be the next royal to take part in the Olympics, and if he was in swimming that would be incredible."

Too cute.

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