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Hands on bum Ma’am! Kate in stitches as rugby player details hands placement ahead of lift

Kate Middleton giggles with rugby player before being lifted up

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Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge was left in stitches as a rugby player she met during her recent visit at Twickenham told her she would have to place her hands on her backside to show her a typical lift used during matches. The player appeared slightly embarrassed by the exchange but kept a smile on as she told the Duchess she just “wanted to make you aware” before going ahead with the demonstration. Kate could be seen laughing out loud as the player, who then joined in laughing, spoke. 

The Duchess then jokingly let out a surprised “ohhh” as she pretended to be lifted off the ground without warning.

As the rugby player then said, ‘oh, I’m so sorry”, Kate and her host burst into a second round of laughter.

Footage of the demonstration was also shared, showing the Duchess of Cambridge being lifted by her companions, letting out another whoop as she reached up.

The display had other players attending the visit clapping and joining in laughing as the Duchess dazzled with her smile at the amusing experience.

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Kate visited Twickenham after she was announced as the new patron of the Rugby Football League and the Rugby Football Union on Tuesday.

The royal is taking over from Prince Harry, who was stripped of his patronages after confirming he would not be returning to work on behalf of the Royal Family after a one-year trial away from duty.

The Duchess joined a training session and said she was ready to join in as she arrived to the stadium: “Absolutely. I’ve got my kit on.”

Confirming the news on Twitter, Kate said: “I am so thrilled to become patron of the @TheRFL and @EnglandRugby.

“Two fantastic organisations who are committed to harnessing the power that sport can have in bringing communities together and helping individuals flourish.

“I look forward to working with them across all levels of the games, and to cheering England on in what promises to be an exciting year for both sports!”

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