Capping off another full day of Summer Olympic Games spectating, Prince William and Kate Middleton were side-by-side at the Aquatics Centre in London, England on Friday evening (August 3).
After donning a tracksuit earlier in the day during an appearance at Riverbank Arena, the Duchess of Cambridge changed into a white spotted top with a puffball sleeved red blazer as she and her handsome royal husband took in the 800m freestyle swimming final.
While Will and Kate were hoping to see British great Rebecca Adlington defend her gold medal, things didn't turn out in their favor. Overtaken by youth, Miss Adlington ended up having to settle for bronze as 15-year-old American Katie Ledecky took first place.
Nonetheless, Prince William voiced his happiness over the way the Summer Olympic Games have gone thus far, telling BBC in an afternoon interview, "It's been fantastic to see the volunteers going around with a smile on their face, greeting people and doing such a good job."
The 30-year-old heir to the British throne added, "Of course, it would be unfair of me not to mention the military. I think they've been fantastic and everywhere we've gone they've looked extremely smart and like they've enjoyed themselves. They've obviously been doing their job extremely well."
With one week of action nearly in the books, London's 2012 Summer Olympic Games are set to continue forth up til the closing ceremony being held on Sunday, August 12th.