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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge play tennis on last day of Scotland tour” – below is their description.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part with children in a youth tennis session run by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), which the Duchess supports as patron.
The activity took place on the last day of the couple’s first joint tour to Scotland.
Prince William and Kate joined a class from Canal View Primary School at the Craiglockhart Tennis Centre for a set of exercises from the LTA Youth programme including hopscotch, floor tennis and team cones.
LTA Youth is a new and inclusive junior programme for children aged four-18 created to help make tennis accessible to as many youngsters as possible.
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