Run a 7K? That’s no sweat for Pippa Middleton!
Just days after competing in a grueling ski race, the younger sister of Princess Kate showed off her sporty side once again while participating in the “Hare and Tortoise Walk” to raise money for the Mary Hare School for Deaf Children in Berkshire, U.K., on Wednesday.
The ambassador for the school wore an $80 light blue windbreaker from Salomon, black leggings and colorful neon sneakers while jogging around the Donnington Castle. She wore her hair in a casual, loose braid for the occasion.
Throughout the race, Middleton was joined by a group of runners – including a costumed hare, not far behind her.
Middleton first became involved with the school when she helped open a new boarding house in 2013.
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“The work carried out by everyone at Mary Hare is so important to young deaf people and is of national importance, being one of only two such schools in the UK,” she said at the time. “Giving deaf children the opportunity to choose what they want to study means they can choose what they want to do in the future.”
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The royal sibling – who’s known to be a big sports enthusiast – was fresh off an active weekend at a cross-country ski race in Norway. Though she didn’t win the intense race, Middleton showed off her skills on the slopes against royal competitors Norway’s Crown Prince Haakon and Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederik. She clocked in at 5 hours and 58 minutes.