Attention Harry hunters: Britain's young royals will be out and about in force during the London Olympics.
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The royals' Clarence House announced Monday what events Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, Prince William and his wife Kate and Prince Harry will attend.Matt’s live in London: Let the Games begin!
All five will be at Friday's opening ceremony, where 86-year-old Queen Elizabeth II will officially open the Olympics.
William, Kate and Harry are official ambassadors for the British Olympic team. They will all attend equestrian events - the princes' cousin Zara is a competitor - and will hand out medals to the winners on Tuesday.Matt Lauer to Jimmy Fallon: Help us cover the Olympics!
Kate, now known as the Duchess of Cambridge, will be watching gymnastics and synchronized swimming, William will see a Team GB soccer match and Harry will be dropping by beach volleyball.
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