Kate Middleton and Prince William get competitive on the tennis court in Edinburgh and it’s adorable

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge mean business when it comes to competition...

Kate Middleton, Prince William,
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Kate Middleton and Prince William are wrapping up their Scotland tour with a bit of competition. While visiting Craiglockhart Tennis Centre in Edinburgh, the two decided to show off their skills—and the Duke of Cambridge certainly didn't appear shy.

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid the LTA youth programme a visit on May 27. This is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, Channel Islands, and the Isle of Man.
  • While on the court, the two broke out into teams—Team Duke and Team Duchess.
  • In other royal news, don't miss Prince Harry and Oprah's town hall for The Me You Can't See, which will stream for free on Friday, May 28. 

It's game on for the Duke and Duchess! Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to channel their inner Roger Federer and hit the court while learning more about LTA's youth program, which an accessible program that allows children of all backgrounds to play tennis. 

"The LTA has done incredibly well to create environments that allow kids and parents to have fun whilst learning, with now over 685,000 members playing on more than 23,000 courts," the Duke captioned on Instagram. 

Oh... and he was not shy about admitting Team Duke's victory over Team Duchess (though we'll have to wait for Kate's response to confirm the true winner).  

Catch Kate Middleton and Prince William on the court

Prince William also took the Scotland tour as an opportunity to poke fun at his wife multiple times. Kate Middleton tried her DJ skills while visiting the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit. She got ahold of the soundboard, and Prince William was unimpressed. 

"Can rule out a music career! Keep up the incredible work Scottish Violence Reduction Unit and please do delete that music…," the Duke wrote on Instagram, which was accompanied by a video of Kate's performance. 

The cheeky lovebirds also used their tour as an opportunity to head back to the place where it all began. That's right, Will and Kate also visited St. Andrews, the very place where they met and fell and love some 20 years ago. 

These two!