Sundays are for the boys, we guess?
Prince Harry stepped out solo on Sunday to attend the England vs. France rugby match at London’s Twickenham Stadium. The royal dad-to-be left six-months-pregnant Meghan Markle at home for the day as he cheered on the home team (and it’s probably for the duchess’s best, Your Highness).
Harry wore a peacoat and tie to the event, where England beat France 44-8 to start off the Rugby Football Union’s Six Nations Championship.
Before the event, Prince Harry greeted fans outside, and even high-fived a few of the ones who were waiting to see him in the cold.
He also met three nominees from the Mitsubishi Motors Volunteer Recognition Programme, which was designed to recognize and reward the volunteers who help work with local rugby clubs, according to People.
Later this week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend a gala. Kensington Palace revealed that Harry and Meghan will be seen together again for a performance of “The Wider Earth” at the Natural History Museum in London on Tuesday, February 12. Then, Prince Harry will depart for the Arctic Circle (best of luck, mate) to oversee extreme weather training for the Royal Marines.
Yep, that means he’s spending (at least part of) his first married Valentine’s Day away from his expecting wife the duchess (nooooooooo!) and in the freezing cold Arctic temps (double nooooooo!).
Harry, you deserve every Sunday rugby outing you can get your hands on.