Louis, George and Charlotte take on mum and dad at archery
It was mum and dad versus the kids as Prince William and Kate took on their youngsters at archery as they helped at a Scout hut this morning.
The Royal family rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in as they painted, decorated and even got behind a JCB as they took part in the Big Help Out.
After a morning of manual labour the Royals had a bit of fun and took part in archery with some of the Scout leaders.
It was Louis, 5, up first who looked like a mean shot as he enjoyed having a go with the rubber bow and arrow.
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On his first Royal engagement the youngster also sat on his dad’s knee as Prince William got behind the wheel of a digger as they moved mud around at the hut in Slough, Berkshire.
His sister Charlotte looked a princess out of a children’s book as she was next up to the line and fired straight at the target.
Second in line to the throne, Prince George, 9, wasn’t far off a bullseye and after watching his brother and sister take part he wanted to join in the fun.
But it wasn’t just the kids who wanted to get involved and Kate and William also did their best Robin Hood impressions and had a shot at the target.
Millions of people will be taking part in the Big Help Out across the country as the King has asked those enjoying the extra Bank Holiday to volunteer in their local areas.
It is the final day of the coronation celebrations after a bumper weekend including a star-studded concert at Windsor Castle last night.
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