Prince Harry: With the message of the Queen in the luggage: he went to the rugby final in Japan 2

Prince Harry: With the message of the Queen in the luggage: he went to the rugby final in Japan

Prince Harry personally went to Japan to support the English rugby team in the World Cup final. He also had a special message from Queen Elizabeth II in the luggage.

A big rugby fan and supporter of the English Rugby Association, Prince Harry (35) did not miss the World Cup final in Japan. Above all, he went to Tokyo to join the crew and convey a special message from Queen Elizabeth (93).

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Shortly before the match, according to the British tabloid "The Sun", Harry reportedly sent the message to the team. The queen of the team and the support staff wished them much success for the final. "Your performance during the tournament has inspired many fans and many people in the country," the paper said.

However, everything did not help. The English team captain Owen Farrell (28) defeated South Africa in front of just over 72,000 at Yokohama Stadium in 32:12.

(RTO / spot)

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