Prince Harry Presents Rugby World Cup Trophy To New Zealand’s All Blacks
Prince Harry was joined by his grandfather, Prince Philip, and his brother, Prince William, at the Rugby World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand tonight at Twickenham Stadium.
The three Princes watched on as the All Blacks defeated the Wallabies 34-17 to take out back-to-back Webb Ellis trophies. Prince Albert II of Monaco was also present for the match.
Once the game was complete, Prince Harry – as Honorary President of England Rugby 2015 – headed down onto the field to present the trophy to the winning team, enthusiastically congratulating the All Black players on their successful Cup campaign. He also presented both teams with medals.
Prince Harry presents the Webb Ellis Trophy to the captain of the New Zealand All Blacks, Richie McCawFiled under Monaco, The United Kingdom
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