Prince Harry Delivers a Romping Rugby Speech in London
All smiles standing and cheering at Twickenham Stadium, Prince Harry attended the first rugby match of the QBE International games in London, England.
An improving rugby player himself, the royal red-head rooted for the England team, who faced off against Australia today (November 3). He delivered an encouraging speech to the players from inside the stadium.
"Make sure you win every single one of them," the 29-year-old said. "You're going to have all the support here. You're going to have 80,000 people in this fantastic stadium so yeah, best of luck, make the most of it."
He followed up, saying, "Everyone is behind you and hopefully, the stadium will be filled with white shirts," Brit added. "Let's bring it home. Let's make it happen!"