Kate Middleton and Prince William seemed to do pretty well in the London Olympics ticket lottery, didn't they? The royal couple have been spotted all over the place in the first week of the 2012 games, eagerly cheering on teams across many different disciplines including the equestrian, the tennis and the track cycling. Such has been the pace that they've been getting round the place, we wonder if they've got half an eye on actually competing during the Rio de Janeiro games of 2012.
Yesterday the pair were at their most omnipresent, with the Daily Mail catching them cheering on Andy Murray as the Wimbledon finalist returned to centre court to make his way through to the semi-finals, where a match with former world number one Novak Djokovic now awaits. The highlight of their day though was undoubtedly in the evening at the velodrome, where Kate - having found time to change her outfit from a Stella MCCartney dress into a sporty white polo shirt - cheered on Britain's successful men's team sprint cyclists. The trio, led by Sir Chris Hoy, set a new world record in beating France for the gold medal in the final. The occasion was even enough for Middleton and Will to share a rare moment of public affection for one another.
There's plenty more for the royals to be cheering today in the velodrome, too, with the British men's pursuit team in the final following a world record run in the heats last night. The track and field also began today as, with hepathlete star Jessica Ennis leading after two events.