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Prince Harry cheers on his rugby team

10/15/2007 at 12:55 PM ET

Prince Harry, 23, was ecstatic during the World Cup rugby semi-final against France. Harry traveled to France specifically for the weekend’s game and watched from the VIP stands of the Stade de France in Paris. The match was extremely close and Harry was seen constantly leaping from his seat to cheer on his England team. When the final whistle was blown Harry and his friends led a victory dance that numerous English supporters copied in the stadium.

Harry stayed at the same hotel as the English rugby team and the next morning he was able to enjoy a celebratory breakfast with the team. Harry’s girlfriend, Chelsy Davy stayed behind in Britain to celebrate her 22nd birthday.

Also in attendance at the weekend rugby match was Prince Albert of Monaco and his girlfriend Charlene Wittstock, as well as nephew Andrea Casiraghi.

Source: Hello!

Thanks to CBB reader Mary Beth.

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Did His Royal Highness also attend the match between New Zealand and France to cheer on this Realm? This monarchist is not impressed.

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