Pippa Middleton looked ready for a long run in sports gear. The 32-year-old participated in a Hare and Tortoise Walk to raise money for the Mary Hare School for Deaf Children in Berkshire, U.K., on Wednesday. Pippa ran with a host of other people in the race.
The brunette beauty opted for a pale blue jacket, which she paired with black leggings. Her windbreaker was by Salomon and featured a white zipper front. Pippa wore it with a gray hoodie underneath. The columnist and writer completed her sporty look with a pair of colorful sneakers in neon pink.
She wore her hair in a casual, loose braid for the occasion. She ran around the Donnington Castle and was joined by a group of runners, including a costumed hare just behind her. Pippa is the ambassador of the school and first became involved when she helped open a new boarding house in 2013.
“The work carried out by everyone at Mary Hare is so important to young deaf people and is of national importance, being one of only two such schools in the U.K.,” she had said in 2013.
Earlier, the sports enthusiast participated in a grueling, cross country ski race ski race in Norway. She showed off her skill on the slopes as she competed against royals Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark.
Pippa did not win the race, but she finished in at five hours and 58 minutes. The younger sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, also participated in the Birkebeinerrennet Cross Country Skiing race. In January, she took part in the world’s longest downhill ski race in Switzerland.
These are some of the series of extreme sporting events Pippa has participated in over the past year.