Prince Williams causes stir with Ducati motorcycle at charity eventJuly 6th, 2009 - 5:13 pm ICT by ANI
London, July 6 (ANI): Prince Williams left onlookers grasping for breath as he made a royal entry for a charity event on his black Ducati 1198s motorcycle.
The 27-year-old British Royal caused a stir as he arrived at Coworth Park club in Ascot, Berkshire, for a charity polo match, wearing red and black leathers and a crash helmet with a blacked-out visor.
Williams competed alongside younger brother, Prince Harry, to raise funds for The Tusk Trust, an elephant conservation charity, and Sentebale, Harry’s charity for African Aids orphans, reports the Telegraph.
Williams is a bike enthusiast, and has been riding off-road since the age of eight.
Last year, he also took part in a motorcycle rally with Prince Harry across South Africa for charity. (ANI)
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