Let the games begin!
As fans around the world gear up for the first of many rugby matches at the QBE International games, one member of the royal family is wishing his home team well.
Prince Harry took time out of his busy schedule to deliver a good luck message to the England team who will face off against Australia Saturday afternoon.
"Make sure you win every single one of them. You're going to have all the support here," Harry said in a taped video from Twickenham Stadium. "You're going to have 80,000 people in this fantastic stadium so yeah, best of luck, make the most of it."
"Everyone is behind you and hopefully, the stadium will be filled with white shirts," the 29-year-old Brit added. "Let's bring it home. Let's make it happen!"
Harry himself has proven to be quiet the rugby athlete. Just last month, the redheaded royal showed off his skills during a coaching session with young students.
When it comes to this weekend's games, however, Harry will be cheering on the professionals from the sidelines.
"[There's] lots of new young faces, new fit bodies," Harry said in the video. "I think I'm only going to be here for the Aussie game."
They appreciate your support, Harry! May the best team win!