Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, for a sporting outing on Thursday. During a visit to Beesham Abbey National Sports Center near London, they showed their sporting side. For example, they are both trying out goalball, a Paralympic sport.
In celebration of World Mental Health Week, the Prince and Princess visited mental health initiatives throughout the week. The topic is important to them and they are happy to roll up their sleeves to remove mental problems from the taboo atmosphere. For example, on October 10, Catherine gave a frank speech on this topic.
Today, William and Catherine work hard at a gym where they learn how to gain mental resilience through physical exercise.
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During the workshop, the royal couple learns how to handle pressure better. In practice, they had to throw the ball across the net while being pressured by all kinds of external factors. Think of the time pressure and people cheering around them.
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But that wasn’t all, because the Prince and Princess of Wales were also playing goalball. Paralympic sport for people with visual impairment. Players wear a blindfold and orient themselves on the sports field using tactile lines. There is also a bell in the ball so players can hear where the ball is on the field. See how William and Catherine fared here.
Photos: Afghan National Police