Prince Harry watched Six Nations Rugby

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He’s busy preparing for his forthcoming nuptials to Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel, in Windsor Castle.

But Prince Harry found enough time to sneak off to Twickenham on Saturday to watch England and Wales do battle in the Six Nations Rugby Championship. 

The fifth in line for the throne was pictured enjoying the match from the Royal Box alongside ex-professionals and rugby officials from both sides of the border.

And it was all smiles for the prince by the end of the match as England ran out 12-6 victors a thrilling contest. 

Prince Harry found enough time to sneak off to Twickenham on Saturday to watch England and Wales do battle in the Six Nations Rugby Championship

Prince Harry found enough time to sneak off to Twickenham on Saturday to watch England and Wales do battle in the Six Nations Rugby Championship

Dressed in a pressed white Oxford shirt beneath a smart black pea coat with classic wide lapels, the prince cut a suave figure on a chilly London day that saw temperatures drop beneath 5C at times

Dressed in a pressed white Oxford shirt beneath a smart black pea coat with classic wide lapels, the prince cut a suave figure on a chilly London day that saw temperatures drop beneath 5C at times

Dressed in a pressed white Oxford shirt beneath a smart black pea coat with classic wide lapels, the prince cut a suave figure on a chilly London day that saw temperatures drop beneath 5C at times

Dressed in a pressed white Oxford shirt beneath a smart black pea coat with classic wide lapels, the prince cut a suave figure on a chilly London day that saw temperatures drop beneath 5C at times. 

Despite the smart look, Harry kept up his reputation as being the more rugged of the two brothers by sporting his ever growing beard.

Harry was spotted celebrating as England took an early lead through some aggressive forward play and swift wing attacks. 

While thousands of fans supporting both sides battled for chanting the 30 players on to victory.

All smiles: Despite the smart look, Harry kept up his reputation as being the more rugged of the two brothers by showing off his ever growing beard

All smiles: Despite the smart look, Harry kept up his reputation as being the more rugged of the two brothers by showing off his ever growing beard

Despite this, the intense Anglo-Welsh rivalry seemed to escape Harry's bride-to-be Meghan, who snubbed the event leaving her fiancee to cheer England on alone

Despite this, the intense Anglo-Welsh rivalry seemed to escape Harry’s bride-to-be Meghan, who snubbed the event leaving her fiancee to cheer England on alone

Harry was spotted celebrating as England took an early lead through some aggressive forward play and swift wing attacks

Harry was spotted celebrating as England took an early lead through some aggressive forward play and swift wing attacks

Despite this, the intense Anglo-Welsh rivalry seemed to escape Harry’s bride-to-be Meghan, who snubbed the event leaving her fiancee to cheer England on alone. 

Prior to the match, England captain Dylan Hartley said: ‘I love playing at Twickenham, knowing that my family’s there with me.

Harry was pictured supporting England while his absent brother William - preparing himself for the arrival of his third child, would be supporting Wales

Harry was pictured supporting England while his absent brother William – preparing himself for the arrival of his third child, would be supporting Wales

Harry was all smiles as England ran out victors over the Welsh by a single try 

Harry was all smiles as England ran out victors over the Welsh by a single try 

‘The place will be packed with England fans there for you, that’s when you can add that emotion.

‘We’ve got to create our own energy as a team. And if we do that this weekend, the crowd will not be quiet. 

‘If we create our own energy, they’ll see that, feed off the way we’re playing and we’ll have a good time.’

Prince of Hearts: Harry cut a debonair figure as he entered Twickenham earlier int he day sporting a bespoke navy suit with silver-grey tie

Prince of Hearts: Harry cut a debonair figure as he entered Twickenham earlier int he day sporting a bespoke navy suit with silver-grey tie

Prince of Hearts: Harry cut a debonair figure as he entered Twickenham earlier int he day sporting a bespoke navy suit with silver-grey tie

Royal shake: Harry greeted Amber Reed (far left) and Charlotte Clapp (second from left), two of England's womens' rugby team 

Royal shake: Harry greeted Amber Reed (far left) and Charlotte Clapp (second from left), two of England’s womens’ rugby team 



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