It's just a game, or so we think!
Saturday appeared to be family day as Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton traveled to Twickenham, London to watch the Rugby World Cup.
The trio sat together in the stands as England faced off against Wales. To the ordinary royal watcher, it sounds like a great event, right? Until you find out the brothers were rooting for different teams.
William and Kate first showed their support for Wales by singing the national anthem. Meanwhile, Prince Harry was all about team England.
While sporting his rugged ginger beard from his recent trip to Africa, the 31-year-old got into the game by putting his hands up and shaking his head when his team made an oops. Ultimately, the nail-biting match would end with Wales scoring a victory by just three points.
Although her husband and brother-in-law were all about the game, Middleton appeared to be relaxing and taking a much deserved break from mommy duty.
As she showed off her new hairstyle, Prince George and Princess Charlotte's mom was all smiles throughout the game and was even able to snuggle with her hubby after the win.
This month marks the official end of maternity leave for the Duchess of Cambridge. The 33-year-old's first solo appearance since giving birth took place earlier this month at the Anna Freud Centre, an organization that helps young people with mental health concerns.
Most recently, she stepped out on Friday to visit Send Women's Prison where she listened to prisoner's stories in order to better understand how addiction affects their families.
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