The patron of English Rugby, Princess Kate, is currently enjoying a break with her husband, Prince William, and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. As England prepares for their semi-final match against South Africa in the Rugby World Cup, Kate took a moment to send a message of support to the team. In a personal message released on a yet-to-be-disclosed platform, the Princess wrote: “Wishing you the very best of luck for your semi-final match later today @EnglandRugby. Good luck! C.” She finished the post off with a rose emoji. Fans were quick to share their similar sentiments, with one expressing, “A lovely message, Your Royal Highness! Hopefully we win!” Another fan simply wrote, “Hey Catherine, I hope England will win,” while a South African fan penned, “I adore the two of you and your family. May the best team win but tonight, my heart is beating green and gold. Go Bokke!”
Throughout the Rugby World Cup, Kate has made several appearances to cheer on the English team. During an earlier match against Fiji, England emerged victorious with a score of 30-24. Kate demonstrated her impeccable fashion sense by donning a stunning white boucle blazer from Zara, paired with a chic Chanel mini flap bag worth £3,960. Her outfit not only showcased her impeccable style but also paid homage to Japan, the host country of the tournament.
Prior to the start of the Rugby World Cup, Kate made a brief visit to Japan to watch England’s match against Argentina, which ended with a score of 27-10 in England’s favor. During her visit, the Princess had the opportunity to speak with RFU president Rob Briers, France 2023 chairman Jacques Rivoal, and World Rugby chairman Sir Bill Beaumont. Despite her fleeting visit, Kate expressed her excitement about being there and her belief that the tournament would be “brilliant”. Photos from the match showed her sharing laughter with other guests, including Sir Bill, in the Presidential Box. However, she also appeared tense as Argentina managed to score three points early in the game.
In recent days, Prince William and Kate have been enjoying some quality time with their three children during their half-term break. The royal children left school on October 13th, giving them ample time to relax and bond as a family. Additionally, the children can look forward to a special event coming up later in the month as Halloween approaches. Last October, Kate joined her children for trick-or-treating in their Kensington neighborhood, as revealed by Jay Rutland, husband of Tamara Ecclestone. Describing the encounter, Jay shared, “Kate knocked on our door in London with their kids on Halloween. ‘Trick or Treating’. Very friendly and down-to-earth.” Furthermore, during last year’s autumn half-term, Kate was spotted browsing Halloween costumes with George and Charlotte in the Hardwick branch of Sainsbury’s in King’s Lynn, close to their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.
Princess Kate’s support for the England Rugby team is evident through her personal message, wishing the team the best of luck in their upcoming semi-final match. Her fashionable appearances at the Rugby World Cup showcase her impeccable style and her commitment to supporting the host country. As the royal family takes a break to spend time together, they eagerly anticipate Halloween and the joy it will bring to their children. The public remains captivated by Kate’s down-to-earth nature, making her an adored member of the royal family.