The adorable royal couple is again in the news. Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess, were seen enjoying each other’s company at a rugby match between Wales and England at the Twickenham Stadium, London.
According to Hollywood Life, the 33-year-old couple were spotted in the stands with Prince William’s sibling Prince Harry. The two brothers seemed to be rivals, atleast during the match, given Prince Harry is the Honorary President of England Rugby, whereas the other sibling is the vice patron of The Welsh rugby union.
The 31-year-old, Harry, was seen flashing his blonde rugged ginger beard which he reportedly started growing during his Africa tour lately, notes US magazine.
Prince William cheered his team well and even chanted the Welsh national anthem along with the team members. It was such a treat and an extremely rare occurrence to hear the Duke sing so fluently in Welsh.
The couple who newly turned parents of two, seemed to be loving the presence of each other while both the teams fought fiercely on the ground. As for Prince Harry, he seemed to be quite enthusiastic and cheering his team throughout, biting his nails following the anxiety the game brought.
In the end, the Welsh beat the English with 28-25 points delivering two opposite feelings to the two brothers. While Prince Harry looked like he was pretty unhappy with his team’s defeat, his elder brother celebrated his victory squeezing his beloved wife with his arms around her and placing his cheeks close to hers.
Will reportedly laughed around consoling his brother up for his team’s loss and cuddling his pretty wife occasionally.
It was earlier reported that Kate Middleton and Prince William are groomed to be the future King and Queen of Wales.