Princes William and Harry made the rounds at the Olympics in London today. They started out watching the cross-country equestrian competition, which their cousin Zara Phillips participated in, and were most recently spotted in the stands at the North Greenwich Arena. Harry and William checked out the artistic gymnastics men's team final. Great Britain won bronze, the first medal for men's team gymnastics since 1912. Kristian Thomas performed last for the British men's team and received a standing ovation as he completed his routine. The excitement isn't over for Harry, William, and the rest of the royals, who will all attend multiple events throughout the games. Kate Middleton has already been in the spotlight twice, with a prominent place during the opening ceremony on Friday and at the equestrian event earlier today.
Prince William and Prince Harry Team Up to Watch Gymnastics
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