Royals with surprising hidden talents

King George VI played tennis -
The then-Duke of York is pictured playing at the Wimbledon tennis championships in 1926.

The Queen is a trained car mechanic - The then-Princess Elizabeth learned the trade when she joined the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service during World War II in 1945.

The Queen can drive a truck -
The late Queen also learned how to drive a truck when she joined the Armed Forces. She was 18 at the time.

Prince Harry can pilot a helicopter -
Prince Harry is a qualified Apache helicopter commander. The Duke of Sussex served in Afghanistan for five months.

Kate Middleton can play the flute -
Reportedly, the Princess of Wales did so until she was 18. Music is still in her heart.

Princess Beatrice is a runner -
In 2010, Princess Beatrice became the first royal to complete the London Marathon. She did so to raise money for charity.

Lady Gabriella Windsor is a singer-songwriter - Lady Gabriella Windsor released two songs, entitled 'Out of the Blue' and 'Bam Bam,' in 2020 to raise money for charity. 

The Queen was an avid photographer - The late Queen got her first camera as a gift from her father, King George VI, just before World War II began.

King Charles is a talented painter - King Charles is an enthusiastic painter. He likes to paint outdoors and prefers watercolors.

Prince William is an avid motorcyclist - The Prince of Wales has been riding motorcycles for a long time. Here he is riding his Ducati.

The Queen loved horseback riding - The late Queen Elizabeth II used to ride horses since the age of three. 

Meghan Markle is a great cook -
So much so that Prince Harry proposed to her after a chicken dinner she prepared!

Prince Charles played polo -
Like pretty much every man in the Windsor family, Prince Charles also played polo for many years.

William and Harry are also polo lovers - The princes grew up watching their father play polo, so it's only natural that they also picked up the sport.

The Queen liked doing impressions -
Queen Elizabeth II was actually a "really, really good mimic," said royal biographer Ingrid Seward.

Lady Di was into diving -
An avid swimmer all her life, the Princess of Wales was also a huge fan of diving. 

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