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'She used to say to me 'you're a star'. Beaming Neil told her 'I need a beer' as she laughed and congratulated him on his run. Kate told him: 'Congratulations - I can't believe you caught up with us.'. 'She said 'well done, great to see you're running for Heads Together'.'. Many stopped to pose for selfies with the royals or ran over to high five them or shake hands in a more genteel way. Royal thumbs up: The Duchess of Cambridge shows her appreciation for runners' efforts. The trio happily posed for selfies with runners, plenty of whom did a double take upon spotting the familiar faces in the crowd A crowd gathered near to where the. He is not there to share this happiness. So she draped it over the point at the top of the outfit, saying: 'There you go, I might just put it there. . The Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry spent about half an hour chatting to supporters and whooping and clapping as runners sped past them as they approached the Cutty Sark. Indira had been pregnant when diagnosed and was told to get an early C-section so she could start treatment. I told her I would be better in an hour when I had a beer. Both of us have been through physio and done everything possible to get here but it just wasn't enough.' Steve, who has had mental problems getting on trains and dealing. Neil, 39, a travel agent from Ispwich, said: 'She asked me how I was feeling. Scroll down for video The Duchess of Cambridge smiles as she presents a runner with their medal at the finish line. Then at 22 miles he saw Will again - before finding the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Prince Harry at the finish line on The Mall. Published: 12:49 BST, Updated: 02:22 BST, man who today became the fastest ever to complete the. But only seven were actually running today. 'Thank you so much Kate told some of the 700 competitors running on behalf of the Heads Together mental health campaign who came over. Mrs Creasy said: 'Terry would have been so proud of them. Kate gave Michael Law a shining smile as he crossed the finish line in his out-of-this world costume. Day 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th. 'Wills and Harry!' one runner shouted across to them, waving. At 10 miles Prince William asked him 'aren't you hot in that?' as he steamed through the opening section of the 26.2mile race. Kate, Prince Harry and Prince William spent much of Sunday cheering on runners. One, Steve Maher, 51, from York, had already pulled out because of general health problems and two others, Claudia Barnett and former X Factor contestant Shereece Foster, were forced to. The Duchess seemed a little puzzled over which of the star's points to hang his medal from. I'm certain that if he had to opportunity to run the marathon himself he would.' He offered words of encouragement to Heads Together runners as they prepared to set off. 'Everybody was so happy to see me running along the course and I could see kids laughing as I went past. I cannot tell you how much it has been an emotional journey.' Harry also met Sally Orange, 43, from Stafford, who was dressed as a strawberry even though Harry initially. Earlier, Prince Harry had taken on the role of royal hugger-in-chief as he joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to cheer on runners at the start of the. 'You're like my little brother one woman told him.