The London Olympics has been an amazing spectacle of sporting achievement and after two weeks and 29 gold medals we doubt that even the athletes of Team GB are as exhausted as their most dedicated supporters, the royal family who have been present at 42 athletic events with Kate Middleton leading the way with 18 appearances.
The Duchess of Cambridge became something of a lucky charm for Team GB winning 10 medals in her presence as she cheered them on to their most successful Olympics since 1908, picking up 65 medals in total, including 29 gold.
Princes William and Harry also made a solid appearance with 10 and 11 events as the young royals took centre stage for the sporting extravaganza. They weren't just in the stands either as Zara Phillips took silver in the Equestrian team event following in the footsteps of her father and mother, Princess Anne who both performed at the Games.
While the emphasis lay with the young royals for most of the Games, it was the Queen who stole the show with her performance in the Opening Ceremony where she was seen being accompanied to the Games by James Bond, played by Daniel Craig.
She then 'parachuted' into the Stratford stadium where she declared the games officially open. It was left to Prince Harry to close them on her behalf last night as the royals again played a central role in the hugely successful games.
He was seen laughing along with sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge as they enjoyed performances from Ed Sheeran, Muse, The Spice Girl, George Michael and One Direction.
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