TT 2018: Prince William meets TT legend John McGuinness
Prince William has attended this year's Isle of Man TT Races.
Spotted at the start line by the MCN team, the Duke of Cambridge will meet TT Races support staff and volunteers, as well as attend a reception held for guests across the island and visit the Joey Dunlop Foundation.
William also met TT legend John McGuinness.
The Duke of Cambridge is visiting the Isle of Man today to meet Race officials, support staff and volunteers @iom_tt, one of the world’s oldest continuous motorsport events, meet members of the local community and see the work of the Joey Dunlop foundation pic.twitter.com/TxFsvcjsM3— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 6, 2018
Kensington Palace announced HRH would make his Royal visit by posting on Twitter, @KensingtonRoyal earlier this week:
The Duke of Cambridge will visit the Isle of Man on Wednesday 6th June. The Duke will meet support staff and volunteers @iom_tt, attend a reception for guests from across the island, and visit the Joey Dunlop Foundation. pic.twitter.com/UJTgXsxHem— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 1 June 2018
HRH will arrive at the TT Grandstand in Douglas and watch the final stages of TT Supersport Race 2 before attending the Government House tent reception.
In the build-up to the royal visit, the Joey Dunlop foundation wrote Prince William's trip is a 'fantastic honour' for the Braddan Bridge scheme.