Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

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The royals have arrived! 

Prince William and wife Kate Middleton attended the opening ceremony ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup today in Twickenham, just outside of London, where the parents of two looked absolutely adorable as they exchanged sweet glances in the stands.

Looking handsome with his scruffy beard while wearing a dark blue suit, Prince Harry was also in attendance and gave a speech during the ceremony. Additionally, the red-headed royal also made a cameo as a gardener during the opening ceremony film. 

"We're ready, game on!" Harry reportedly told the crowd

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 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

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The 33-year-old Duchess of Cambridge looked absolutely stunning (as always!), sporting a royal blue Reiss coat while flaunting her fresh fringe. The event also marks Middleton's first big social event since giving birth to Princess Charlotte in May.  

Both Will and Kate were all smiles and looked delighted to be in attendance, beaming as they clapped for Harry while enjoying their night out sans their two children.  

Earlier this week, the beautiful Duchess returned to work and made her first solo appearance since welcoming her baby girl, visiting the Anna Freud Centre in central London to learn about its work treating children and young people with mental health issues.

Wearing Ralph Lauren's $1,595 "Austin" dress teamed with Stuart Weitzman "Power" pumps," the gorgeous mama looked lovely and appeared in good spirits while her children Prince George, 2, and his sister, 4 months, stayed home in Anmer Hall, Norfolk. 

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 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

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Today's opening ceremony proceeds England's game against Fiji, and no doubt, Will and Harry, who are both avid rugby players, will be cheering on their home team. 

"In six weeks' time, one team will take its place in history," Harry said in his speech. "It's up to every one of us, to raise the roof on each match in this unforgettable journey. The players have earned it, the Nations deserve it and the fans expect it." 

Good luck to all the competitors! 

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