Kate Middleton and William, Charlene and Albert of Monaco, the royal families support their teams

The entire world has its eyes on France during the international sporting event it organizes: the Rugby World Cup. Among the spectators who come to watch the matches are royal personalities such as Kate Middleton and Prince William or Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert.

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From this Friday, September 8, until September 28, all of France is full of rugby thanks to the World Cup. In fact, the international event attracts fans and personalities from all over the world, especially representatives from other countries eager to show that they believe in their national teams. Several of them were therefore seen in the stands of French stadiums, in particular the British heir couple and the Monegasque princely couple. Because if there is a country where rugby is an important activity, it is the United Kingdom. Before King Charles’ official visit to France, postponed and finally scheduled for next week, between September 20 and 22, it was his son and daughter-in-law who came to wear the colors of their country…

England represented strongly this weekend

The godmother of the Rugby Football League fully supported the Rose’s XV this Saturday night. And with success, since it was England that won the match, 27 against 10. Despite the princess’s wide smile, despite some moments of fear, it was a match that provoked criticism due to some organizational problems: the poster In reality, a stadium with many empty seats began, many spectators were blocked near the Vélodrome de Marseille and therefore missed the kick-off. Prince William was in Bordeaux this Sunday to support the Welsh who oppose Fiji. A match that the Windsor team also won.

Princess Charlene of Monaco supports her country of origin

And they aren’t the only members of royal families showing their enthusiasm for the Oval Ball. There is another country where this sport is very important and that is South Africa. The national team is also considered one of the best in the world and the team is already three-time world champions. A feat that has only been achieved by the New Zealand All Blacks, who defy all competition. But here we are not talking about a South African royal family, where the monarchy was abolished when the Commonwealth was proclaimed. This is the Princess of Monaco, Charlène Wittstock, of South African nationality, who came to attend the match between South Africa and Scotland with her husband Albert this Sunday in Marseille. A match that ended with the victory of the princess’s country of origin by a score of 18 to 3, thus placing them in a good position to qualify for the quarterfinals.

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