Was Prince William on the water polo workforce at Eton? These epic retro pics show The Crown was proper about his athletic previous

The Crown season 6 half 2 has been launched and after watching the present some viewers are questioning if Prince William was actually on the water polo workforce at Eton?

Netflix has simply launched the second a part of season six of The Crown, which is about to be the ultimate ever instalment of this fabulous sequence documenting the lives of the Royal Household for the previous a number of a long time. After watching this second a part of the season, a number of followers have some questions on Prince William’s athletic talents because the fifth episode, Willmania, urged that Prince William was on the water polo workforce whereas he was at Eton. The seventh episode, Alma Mater, additionally urged that the Prince spent loads of time swimming when he was at college in Scotland.

Prince William’s ardour for water polo isn’t one thing that The Crown invented, actually there are a number of images from through the years that spotlight the Prince’s ardour for polo!

Prince William taking part in water polo at Eton in June 2000

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There are just a few photos that showcase Prince William taking part in water polo in school when he was younger. He was apparently an avid member of the workforce whereas he was at Eton. Prince Harry even talked about this in his ebook Spare as he revealed he instructed, “a foolish story about Willy’s days taking part in water polo,” throughout his greatest man speech at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s marriage ceremony again in 2011.

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Prince William playing water polo

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Prince William continued taking part in water polo after college and in 2004 he was snapped making his water polo debut for the Scottish Nationwide Universities Squad within the Annual Celtic Nations Event match. The Prince was the Captain of the Water Polo workforce at St Andrew’s and infrequently travelled the nation taking part in different groups. 

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The Prince’s love of swimming and water polo was additional acknowledged in 2007 when Her Majesty the late Queen Elizabeth II appointed the Prince the Patron of the English Colleges’ Swimming Affiliation.