The Countess of Wessex tried her hand at table cricket with Paralympic silver medallist Ben Rushgrove during a visit to Treloars College
The Countess of Wessex tried her hand at table cricket on Wednesday during a visit to Treloars College, the Hampshire school of which she is royal patron.
Sophie, who wore a chic pale pink coat and matching trousers for the engagement, was left blushing as she repaired the table's barriers she had knocked out of place during the fast-paced game.
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The Countess of Wessex with Paralympic silver medal winner Ben Rushgrove
The 49-year-old clasped her hand over her mouth when she realised she'd hit the green barricade, laughing uproariously with the college's patron Paralympian Ben Rushgrove - who had been explaining the game's rules.
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During her appearance, Prince Edward's wife met with students at the college, which specifically caters for disabled children.
The Countess of Wessex
The mum-of-two was shown around the building by PE teacher Ellie Whitehead, pausing to chat to pupils along the way, before unveiling a plaque commemorating her visit to the outdoor sporting facilities.
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ITN newsreader Alistair Stewart, who is also a patron of the college, was also present during the Countess' visit.