Prince Harry, William and Kate to cheer on Team GB at the paralympic games
(CBS News) Prince Harry, Prince William and Duchess Kate's Olympic duties are not over yet. The three will be attending the London 2012 Paralympic Games, which kick off on Wednesday.
As official ambassadors for Britain's Olympic and Paralympic teams, the royal trio will be cheerleaders for Great Britain, watching five events between them over 11 days of sports, according to the Daily Mail.
William and Kate are scheduled to attend the opening ceremony, goalball, swimming and track cycling, the paper reports.
Harry will also attend swimming on Monday and will also meet British athletes at the Paralympics GB House. He is also set to attend the WellChild Awards ceremony in London that same day, presenting the award for the Most Inspirational Child and delivering the closing speech, Clarence House annouced.
Harry's attendance at the Paralympic Games will be his first public appearance since naked photos of the royal from his trip to Las Vegas surfaced online.
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