Kate Middleton & Prince William Post Tribute to Team Great Britain Following the End of Tokyo Olympics

It’s official, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have come to an end. And while we’re incredibly proud of all the athletes who participated, Kate Middleton and Prince William gave a special shoutout to Team Great Britain.

To mark the end of the international event on Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted a slideshow on social media, praising their country’s “strength, passion and determination.”

“What an amazing #Tokyo2020 Olympic Games, @TeamGB,” part of the caption read. “You've all shown such strength, passion and determination in challenging circumstances and have done the nation incredibly proud.”

Middleton also made sure to shout out one of her patronages, SportsAid, an organization that provides financial aid to young athletes training to become Olympians, Paralympians and world champions. The caption continued, “It’s fantastic to see so many athletes participating and standing on the podium that have received support from @teamsportsaid at some stage of their careers, with 242 of the 398 Team GB athletes previously being supported by the charity.”

The post featured a handful of photos taken throughout the course of the Olympics, including athletes in action as well as sweet moments on the podium. This year, Team GB received a total of 65 medals—22 gold, 21 silver and 22 bronze.

This isn’t the first time the couple has spoken out about the Olympics on their social media. Last month, prior to the kick-off of the Games, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared another touching note for team Great Britain. “Wishing all the athletes and staff @TeamGB the best of luck this #Tokyo2020 #Olympics,” the duo wrote on Twitter. “Although it won’t be like previous Games, enjoy it and we know you’ll do the nation proud.”

That they did. Congrats, GB!

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