In Pictures: Harry tells England rugby stars how he’s hooked on the sport
He joined thousands of young fans at an open training session at Twickenham.
Prince Harry might have hung up his boots but he confessed to England stars that he’s like a “Labrador with a tennis ball” whenever he sees a rugby ball.
Harry, in his role as patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU), indulged his love of the sport when he joined thousands of young rugby fans at an open training session for the England national team at Twickenhm.
Prince Harry, accompanied by @JonnyWilkinson, takes his seat in the stands alongside young people from Try for Change to watch the @EnglandRugby team prepare for their next Six Nations game. pic.twitter.com/DgsPwfppvL— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 16, 2018
Prince Harry attended today's open training session at Twickenham in support of #TryForChange 🌹— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) February 16, 2018
Get involved this #SportRelief and help improve lives through rugby: https://t.co/1DW795LGRf pic.twitter.com/kea6MKAxTl
Meanwhile in Yorkshire, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were greeted by crowds of schoolchildren and well-wishers as they arrived at the Piece Hall in Halifax on Friday at the start of a day of engagements in the county.
The Prince of Wales chats to local retailers who have benefitted from the conservation & restoration of the site which was completed in August 2017.— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 16, 2018
The 66,000sq ft piazza supports a range of independent businesses. pic.twitter.com/w0ucz8auCr
Today The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are spending the day in West and South Yorkshire.— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 16, 2018
First stop – @ThePieceHall in Halifax, a former cloth hall that has been transformed into a thriving cultural & heritage destination. pic.twitter.com/GH279dvoq0
Meanwhile in Rotherham, The Prince of Wales, @PrincesTrust President, visited a project to see how the Trust's ‘Team Programme’ is helping young people develop skills by working with the fire service. pic.twitter.com/dZrvianjbi— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) February 16, 2018