Royal Rugby Adventure: Prince William and Kate Head to France for World Cup

Prepare for some royal rugby excitement as Prince William and Kate Middleton pack their bags and head to France to support their favorite teams in the Men’s Rugby World Cup.

This news follows a recent uproar when Prince William was criticized for missing the Women’s Football World Cup final.

According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are all set to make a brief but thrilling trip to France to catch the rugby action.

However, their visit will coincide with the Duke of Sussex’s Invictus Games in Germany, making it a royal sports extravaganza.

Kate Middleton, the patron of the Rugby Football Union, will be attending a group-stage match between England and Argentina at the Stade de Marseille.

Her presence adds a touch of royalty to the rugby fever, showcasing her dedication to supporting the sport.

On the other hand, Prince William, who holds the title of patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, will be eagerly watching Wales compete against Fiji at the Stade de Bordeaux.

It’s a moment of pride for Welsh rugby fans as their royal patron stands by their side.

But the royal sporting enthusiasm doesn’t end there. Princess Anne, the Patron of the Scottish Rugby Union, will also join the rugby fever.

She’s set to attend the Scotland vs. Ireland Rugby World Cup International in France on October 7, 2023. It’s a testament to the royals’ commitment to the sport and their respective patronages.

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