Prince William and Kate Middleton go head-to-head as they watch rugby match – best photos

At the England vs Wales Six Nations match at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday, Prince William and Kate Middleton displayed household rivalry by cheering for opposing teams.

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It was Kate’s first match as a patron of the Rugby Football Union, which she became earlier this month. Since 2016, Prince William has served as the patron of the Welsh Rugby Union.

When the Cambridges arrived at the stadium, they were greeted by Jeff Blackett, President of the Rugby Football Union, and Gerald Davies, President of the Welsh Rugby Union.

Kate looked elegant in a large check coat, while William was dressed smartly in a suit.

Prior to kickoff, the Cambridges spoke with volunteers and RFU council members who are involved in the RFU’s community game.

The Duke encouraged his young son to shake hands with the representatives present when they arrived at the stadium.

As he awaited the end of the pleasantries, the young royal struck a cheeky pose!

For the first time, Prince George attended a live rugby match. During the match, we’re curious if he chose to support William’s or Kate’s team.

The young royal has already attended a number of sporting events, including some of England’s Euro 2016 matches.

At the game, which was held at Twickenham Stadium, the royals appeared to be having a great time!

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