Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate go head-to-head in sprint race

Prince William may be closer in line to the throne, but it was Prince Harry who came out on top in this race!

The brothers went head-to-head alongside the Duchess of Cambridge at a sprint relay over the weekend, all in the name of a good cause.

The royal trio are part of the Heads Together campaign, which aims to change the conversation around mental health and help end the stigma.

So they stopped by London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday to train with runners preparing to run the London Marathon in honour of the charity.

Prince Harry brought his competitive spirit and easily out-ran his brother and sister-in-law to come out on top!

The 32-year-old is no stranger to charity work, having set up the Invictus Games to help injured servicemen, women and veterans.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, meanwhile, are also heavily involved in charity work and set up the Royal Foundation with Harry to help charities specialising in the armed forces, young people and conservation.

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