Prince William stepped out for a day of sports Saturday at Millennium Stadium in Wales, leaving behind Kate Middleton and their son Prince George to attend the Wales vs. South Africa rugby match in Cardiff, Wales.
Sporting a striped red tie and a navy suit, the Duke of Cambridge greeted injured former players who are beneficiaries of the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, of which Prince William is a patron, according to Hello Magazine.
The prince could be seen in the stands cheering on Wales, but ended up handing over the Prince William Rugby Cup to the South African team after they won the game.
Following the loss, the Wales squad was still in good spirits, presenting the royal with an adorable mini Wales team jersey for the couple’s son, complete with “George” and the number seven on the back of it.
The Welsh government also planted a tree in honor of the royal baby, as it does for every newborn in the country, according to Wales Online.
Although the Duchess of Cambridge wasn’t with her hubby this go-round, she was on hand at London’s Poppy Day with Prince William Thursday, where she showed off her slim, post-baby figure in a red, belted coat.
Meanwhile, David Beckham also enjoyed a rugby match elsewhere at Twickenham stadium outside of London Saturday, taking in the game with his three sons Brooklyn,Romeo and Cruz, who were all smiles when they were snapped by cameras.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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