Kate Middleton, had an unexpected scare during her latest royal outing supporting rugby.
But the Princess of Wales handled the scare with grace and poise.
Kate Middleton’s reaction to getting a scare
While chatting to young rugby players at a Rugby League Inclusion Day event in Hull, a boy has given Princess Kate a fright.
The youngster came at her from behind while Prince William’s wife was unguarded and tickled her.
The princess was startled by the tickling, as she quickly turned around and gasped.
However, Kate calmed down and smiled warmly at the mischievous player, willingly shaking his hand.
She did not seem to be bothered by the unplanned tickle attack during the encounter.
On social media, they highlighted how Kate Middleton reacted gracefully to the unexpected scare of a young rugby player tickling her.
Kate Middleton in a wheelchair
Kate impressed the organizers with her natural rugby skills, and even scored a try in a wheelchair rugby match.
It’s clear the princess has been practicing since she became a patron of the Rugby Football League after Prince Harry stepped down from his royal duties.
The Inclusion Day brought together wheelchair rugby teams with physical and learning disabilities to play matches and run skills sessions.
Kate joined the players in the drills and received England wheelchair rugby jerseys as a gift for her sons.