Kate Middleton became the lucky charm for Great Britain yesterday as she cheered on two splendid and winning runs for their nation’s players. She arrived at Olympic Park by own to encourage Sheffield-born, gold medal optimistic Jessica Ennis kick inaugurate her heptathlon campaign, in due course joined by previous Olympic winner Sally Gnnell and chief minister David Cameron.
After seeing Jessica made a world record at the hurdles, Kate then proceeded to hockey ground to watch Britain victory over a powerful Pakistani side.
Kate was finally joined by Prince William at the aquatics centre to impose her magic over Rebecca Adlington who was participating in 800 meter freestyle swimming.
Though Becky was notable to counterfeit her success from four years ago, only recovered a Bronze this time, it’s fine to say that the Princess did her best in supporting the country.