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Bekele in a hurry for London marathon glory

21 April 2017

The Duke of Cambridge was a guest speaker after a special screening of the movie and addressed numerous documentary subjects.

Harry was making his first public appearance since admitting he sought counselling to come to terms with the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

The Duchess of Cambridge, who normally sports chic dresses and trendy coats, opted for a more laid-back ensemble while greeting the #TeamHeadsTogether runners at Kensington Palace on Wednesday, ahead of the 2017 Virginia Money London Marathon.

"I want to win here".

The prince was assisted in cutting the ribbon by five-year-old Melissa Howse, whose dad Tony is taking part in Sunday's 26.2m race.

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"Mick and my three kids will be cheering me on and I just keep saying make sure you are near the finish line".

Claire, 41, usually runs half marathons but says she wanted like to run a full marathon before she got too old and in memory of her beloved brother.

As a result, all participants, regardless of which charity they are running for, will be encouraged to wear blue Heads Together sweat bands to show unity for people with mental health issues.

Sumgong tested positive following a test funded by Abbott World Marathon Majors, a group of six of the world's leading marathon races, including London.

I have ran marathons before, but am really looking forward to London. Seventy of the boxes featuring the Heads Together signature headband wrapped around the top will be placed along the marathon route.

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During the event Kate had a heart-to-heart chat about the pressures of motherhood with a Kiss FM DJ who has filmed a video talking about post-natal depression.

He added: "My mum was ill for a longer period".

"I remember her winning in Rio and that everyone was happy for Kenya".

"The crowd here are different from any other race", he said.

They also talked about the problems of presenting the "perfect" family image on social media. "I've had a bit more illness than I would have liked but any busy parent can relate to that and I've kept training consistently".

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"It hasn't been easy but when it gets hard, I think of the promise I made to people affected by cancer - that they're not fighting alone and I'm fighting with them".

Bekele in a hurry for London marathon glory