Kate Middleton And Prince William To 'Throw Themselves' Into Olympics Ambassador Roles

Kate Middleton And Prince William To 'Throw Themselves' Into Olympics Ambassador Roles

Kate Middleton and Prince William, along with his brother Prince Harry are all busy preparing themselves for the next coming weeks - as they're about to throw themselves into their roles as Olympic Ambassadors, expecting the whole process to be extremely 'hands on.'

However, the sporty Royals are apparently extremely excited and can't wait to get involved in London 2012.

According to The Mirror, Kate, Wills and Harry will visit the Team GB House on the ninth floor of Westfield Stratford, where they will meet the athletes and show their support for the sportsmen and women representing the UK.

They will also attend as many events as possible, with Kate keen to support the Team GB hockey stars, after she played with them earlier this year.

A source told the paper: “This is about William, Kate and Harry doing what they do best and going in at the grass roots level and meeting with as many people as possible."

“They won’t just be doing ceremonial stuff during the Games, they will be really getting stuck in at all levels. They are very excited and very committed to their role as ambassadors, and the Olympics will be their focus for the whole time the Games are on.”

The Royal ambassadors will also meet with the Commonwealth athletes, with Harry especially looking forward to catching up with the world's fastest man Usain Bolt, after he beat the sprinter in a race back in Match during his Diamond Jubilee tour.

“Prince Harry would very much like to see Usain Bolt again and it will hopefully be possible depending on the athlete’s schedule,” the source claimed.

Hmmm, wonder if Usain will insist on a re-run!

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