The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton leads the attendance tally for the London Olympics 2012 than anyone else in the British Royal Family.
She attended the London Olympics for 18 sessions whereas Prince William and Harry appeared for 13 and 11 sessions respectively.
She has been witness of two and three silver and bronze medals respectively for Team GB, which brings the total of medals won to 10 during her presence.
Whereas, Prince William and Prince Harry managed to see only 7 medals won by the host city during their presence.
Both William and Kate were present when, Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford and Jessica Ennis won gold for Britain in 10,000 meters, long jump and heptathlon respectively during the glorious night at the Olympic stadium.
Besides Kate also present at the Wimbledon where Andy Murray clinched the menâs singles title and in the ExCel to watch Nicola Adams becoming the first woman to win a boxing title at the Olympics.
Prince William and Harry attended the women rover competition where Heather Stanning and Helen Glover won gold becoming the first women winners to win gold for the host nation.
Harry was present when cyclist Sir Chris Hoy won gold in one of his appearances at the velodrome.