Prince Harry’s touching gesture after rugby loss as Meghan and Archie watch from home

Prince Harry’s touching gesture after rugby loss   as Meghan and Archie watch from home


the Duke of Sussex who is patron of the
Rugby Football Union arrived in Tokyo on Saturday for the match against South
Africa which England lost 32 12 Harry looked smart in a navy blue suit as he
joined Japan’s Crown Prince a casino of the international stadium Yokohama Harry
left the Duchess of Sussex and six-month-old Archie behind for the trip
in an Instagram post following South Africa’s win Harry said tonight was not
England’s night but the whole nation is incredibly proud of what adding Linde
rugby have achieved over the past few months hold your heads high boys you did
an outstanding job and we couldn’t have asked more from you to the whole of
South Africa rugby unites all of us in more ways than we can imagine and
tonight I have no doubt that it will unite all of you after last month’s
visit I can’t think of a nation that deserves it more well done and enjoy in
a video shared by the official Rugby World Cup Twitter account Harry had
predicted the final would be a fantastic game he said our guys know what to do
may the best team win I think the competition is going to finish the way
it started which is spectacularly the way they Japan have hosted this whole
competition has been incredible I think of the way they respect each other the
way that they’ve respected the game in the way they’ve respected the traveling
teams has been typically Japanese ahead of the match Harry passed on a message
from the Queen to England’s Rugby World Cup team the monarchs said in her
message to players your performances during the tournament have delighted
supporters and inspired many people throughout the country
I send my congratulations to the England team management and supports staff on
reaching the 2019 Rugby World Cup final together with my very best wishes for a
memorable and successful match dot before attending the final Harry joined
a training session for would-be japanese Paralympians at Tokyo’s new para Rena
and met a group of schoolchildren the royal cut a casual figure in a shirt
blue chinos and trainers millions of rugby fans tuned in to watch the final
in homes and pubs across the country this morning
Harry’s appearance at the Rugby World Cup final follows reports that he and
Megan are taking six weeks off royal duties from mid-november the Sussex is
recently spoke out about the pressures of royal life an ITV documentary Harry
and Megan an African journey which was filmed during their overseas tour
harry was at the stadium in Sydney when England beat Australia in the 2003 World
Cup final he has met members of England’s squad a number of times and is
a big rugby fan who played the sport at school

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