In an exciting turn of events, Kate Middleton and Prince William are set to attend the Rugby World Cup in France this weekend. As avid sports enthusiasts, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are preparing for a friendly rivalry as they cheer on their respective teams.
Kate Middleton, who serves as the patron of the Rugby Football Union in England, will be attending the highly-anticipated England vs Argentina match on September 9th in Marseille. Meanwhile, her husband, Prince William, will be watching Wales take on Fiji in Bordeaux on September 10th, as he is a patron of the Welsh Rugby Union.
This isn’t the first time the couple have engaged in friendly competition. They enjoy participating in various sports, often challenging each other in activities such as tennis and sailing. Last year, during an official tour of the Caribbean, they even took part in a regatta in the Bahamas, where they narrowly avoided a man overboard situation.
Kate Middleton has proved her sporting prowess in rugby as well. During a training day at a club in Berkshire, England, she amazed the chairman with her impressive ball handling and passing skills. Her dedication to the sport has not gone unnoticed, with her role as patron of the Rugby Football Union reflecting her passion for the game.
With their shared love for sports and penchant for friendly rivalry, the couple’s presence at the Rugby World Cup is sure to add an extra layer of excitement to the renowned tournament. As they immerse themselves in the atmosphere and cheer on their respective teams, fans and fellow spectators can expect to witness the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge fully embracing the spirit of the game.
Stay tuned to Forever Sports Online for updates and highlights from this thrilling rugby adventure.
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