Prince Harry and Meghan Markle kicked off the week in sporty style.
Sussex Duke and Duchess visited Loughborough University on Monday – about 100 miles north of London – where they met Honorees from Coach Core, a program that trains young people to become coaches and encourages next-generation athletes.
Harry, 34 and Meghan, 37, saw as British marathon runner Paula Radcliffe, tennis star Laura Robson and netball player Eboni Beckford-Chambers led 200 apprentices through a series of exercises and mentorship.
Meghan, who participated in a fitting drill (resulting in a sweet hug from Harry!) Left her sneakers home and instead chose heels and a blue belt of Oscar de la
Coach Core was launched to build on the legacy of the London Olympics 2012 by the R oyal Foundation, charity organization led by Harry, Meghan, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Coach Core is training hundreds of young people across the UK who are not employed and trained otherwise by joining the growing sports coaches.
They are then paid a salary as they are taught, enabling them to hopefully go out and inspire other young people in their communities.
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