Prince Harry's latest virtual appearance featured a rare (albeit tiny) glimpse of the California home he shares with Meghan Markle, Archie and Lilibet.
In honor of the Rugby Football League's 125th birthday, the Duke of Sussex channeled his inner Alex Trebek and hosted a special trivia game during a video chat with the organization's players, volunteers and coaches. In the vid, the prince looks completely at ease in his Santa Barbara home, where he's seated in front of a lush, towering plant and two large windows.
If this setup looks familiar, then you might recall the duke's thank you video in honor of Nepal's virtual Trailwalker Relay back in 2020. In the short clip, Prince Harry is seated in the exact same place, featuring the same plant and wood-framed windows.
For his most recent video chat, the royal opened up about the impact of the Rugby League and his admiration for their "speed" and "bravery," according to the official press release. He said, "It can bring so many families together, bring so many people together…it doesn't matter whether you're in the stands, whether you're the groundsman, whether you're a player, whether you're a fan, or whether you're a first time watcher, every single person is bound by this family feeling."
The prince then introduced the Rugby League Zoom Quiz, where he challenged participants with questions like "Where was the Rugby League founded?" and "Who was the first Black captain of any Great Britain team?" As a bonus, he also surprised the group by inviting legendary Rugby League player Ellery Hanley to discuss his love for the sport.
Maybe it's just us, but it looks like Prince Harry's got some serious potential in the game hosting department.
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