Prince Harry to watch the Boks face off against England in Yokohama

Prince Harry to watch the Boks face off against England in Yokohama

- The Duke of Sussex will be in Japan this coming weekend

- Prince Harry is set to watch the Rugby World Cup finals in Yokohama

- The #RWC2019 final will be between England and the Springboks

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Prince Harry will be in Yokohama on Saturday to witness the Rugby World Cup final clash between his home country and the Springboks.

According to a report from Buckingham Palace, the Duke of Sussex will act as the patron of the Rugby Football Union at the highly-anticipated #RWC2019 match.

Prince Harry awarded All Blacks captain Richie McCaw the RWC trophy at Twickenham in 2015. He also attended the Rugby World Cup in Sydney in 2003 - where England walked away victorious, BBC reported.

Taking to the royal Instagram account, Prince Harry congratulated England on bagging an RWC finals spot after an impressive win against rugby giants, the All Blacks.

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Another person who will be attending the clash between the Boks and England is the father of Springbok captain, Siya Kolisi.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Kolisi's dad would be flying overseas for the first time to support his son and the boys in green at the RWC final.

Taking to Instagram, Rachel Kolisi gushed about her father-in-law and dad travelling to Japan to support her hubby.

The match is set to kick off on Saturday at 11am.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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