Queen Camilla and French First Lady Brigitte Macron Tackle Table Tennis: Watch

The women faced off in a friendly match during King Charles and Queen Camilla's state visit to France

Queen Camilla is getting down to a little friendly competition!

On the second day of her state visit to France with husband King Charles, Camilla joined French President Emmanuel Macron' wife, First Lady Brigitte Macron, at a sports center center in Saint-Denis just outside Paris, where the two women played a game of table tennis.

In a video of the match, Brigitte, 70, hits the ball across the table to Camilla, 76, who after a few back-in-forth shots drops the ball. The Queen attempts to start a new round of the game, but takes a few serves before getting the ball over the net.

Throughout the game, a group of teenagers stand around recording the action. "Stop filming!" Brigitte playfully tells the crowd in French, giggling.

Related: King Charles and Queen Camilla Arrive in Paris for Start of State Visit to France

Charles and Camilla arrived in France on Wednesday. During their three-day trip, they will visit Paris and Bordeaux in order to celebrate the “shared history, culture and values” between the U.K. and France, according to a release. The trip was originally planned for March. It was postponed due to protests and riots over changes in pensions for French workers.

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<p>Samir Hussein/WireImage</p> Queen Camilla and Brigitte Macron while playing table tennis

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Queen Camilla and Brigitte Macron while playing table tennis

On Wednesday night, the royals joined the Macrons, along with 150 guests, at the historic Palais of Versailles, where King Charles spoke in a toast about his mother Queen Elizabeth.

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"My parents’ first official visit together was to France in 1948, shortly after their wedding," Charles said. "By all accounts, they made quite a splash, dancing till the early hours at the glamorous Chez Carrere in the Rue Pierre Charron, serenaded by Edith Piaf. I suspect it may have left an indelible impression on me, even six months before I was born. 'La Vie en Rose' is one of my favorite songs to this day!" 

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