On Sunday, the Princess of Wales turned out to support England in France as they played their quarter-final against Fiji in the Rugby World Cup.
The Princess is not only a keen sports fan but since February 2022, has been patron of the Rugby Football Union and the Rugby Football League, taking over the role from Prince Harry.
The stunning royal wore a gorgeous crisp white blazer from Zara with her hair in her signature long waves and could be seen cheering on the English team from the stands, along with many other fans.
The Princess wore a stunning white blazer and dark trousers for her arrival at the match between England and Fiji, which was held at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.
The Princess Greets Fellow Guests
Kate appeared to enjoy a conversation with her seatmate, Sir Bill Beaumont CBE, the Chairperson of World Rugby.
Kate Singing the National Anthem
The Princess always heartily joins in with the pre-match tradition, and Sunday was no exception.
Kate Takes Centre Stage
Kate, who is a huge fan of rugby, has been attending more events without her husband and seeming ever more confident in her royal role since becoming Princess of Wales.
Kate’s Keen Observations
The mum-of-three appeared to be sharing her insights into the game with her seatmates as England played Fiji, and the latter team started to fight back.
England Battles On
The Princess was no doubt on the edge of her seat as Fiji started to catch up with England and they fought to keep their lead.
While supporting her local team, the generous-hearted royal always recognises both sides’ efforts in high-quality international matches, and being so athletic herself, understands the hard work it takes to succeed.
England held onto their lead, winning the match 30-24, and the Princess beamed at her home team’s triumph. We’re sure they appreciated her support!