Prince Harry was all smiles at the first rugby match of the QBE International games in London.
The 29-year-old royal, who sported a navy suit and red tie for the occasion, stood up in the stands at Twickenham Stadium, clapped and cheered for the England team, who faced off against Australia Saturday afternoon.
Prior to the big match-up, Prince Harry delivered a good luck video message to the team from the stadium saying, "Make sure you win every single one of them. 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."
"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!"
Although Prince Harry wasn't out on the field Saturday, he's become quite the notable rugby player himself.
A couple of weeks ago, the prince showed off his skills during a coaching session to a group of youngsters who were participating in the event.
He's also patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU), which aims to expand rugby programs in state schools.