The royals race for charity
Prince Harry beat his brother and sister-in-law in a foot race leaving the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in his wake when campaigning for a mental health charity. The royal trio was joined by around 150 other runners competing against each other in the 50-metre (164-feet) sprint relay in London. The three royals were raising awareness for the charity Heads Together. It helps people with mental health issues, including veterans, aiming to lift stigma against people with mental health problems.