Prince Harry congratulated Rugby World Cup winners South Africa in their dressing room after the team beat England 32-12 overnight to capture its third Rugby World Cup title.
Prince Harry told the team: he genuinely thinks that rugby has the ability to unite everyone around the world and he could not think of a nation that needs it more than South Africa right now. So on that, well done.
The Duke of Sussex congratulates the South African team after they beat England in the Rugby World Cup Final.— The Royal Family Channel (@RoyalFamilyITNP) November 2, 2019
Prince Harry shares a beer with the players and poses for photos with them.#PrinceHarry #RugbyWorldCup #SouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/X8PNgZZggq
The Duke of Sussex then hung around for some small talk with players and ended up chatting to halfback Faf de Klerk, who was in nothing but his underwear for the encounter.
The Springboks won the titles in 1995 against New Zealand and in 2007 against England in try-less finals.