Dapper Prince Harry looks sharp in a tuxedo as he attends a black-tie event benefiting England Rugby’s Try For Change programme
- The Duke of Sussex, 34, attended Q&A session with England Rugby co-captain
- The event was also in aid of ex-rugby star Johnny Wilkinson’s Foundation
- The rugby fan also joked with other England Rugby players at the charity event
The Duke of Sussex looked smart in a tuxedo as he stepped out for a black tie reception on Wednesday night.
Prince Harry, 34, arrived solo for the charity event at Kensington Palace, which was held to benefit England Rugby’s Try For Change programme.
The Duchess of Sussex was not due to join her husband and Harry has previously attended Try For Change events alone.
The father-to-be took part in a Q&A session and mingled with rugby players including Johnny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio before the event, which was held at the Kensington Palace Pavilion.
The Duke of Sussex looked smart in a tuxedo for a reception in aid of England Rugby’s ‘Try for Change’ programme and the Johnny Wilkinson Foundation tonight
The Prince spoke and laughed with rugby players, including Johnny Wilkinson (left) and Lawrence Dallaglio (middle) before the event
The prince looked happy as she fielded questions from the crowd during the Q&A, while him and England Rugby co-captain Dylan Hartley discussed rugby and the various Try for Change projects.
The rugby fan also spoke to England Rugby head coach Eddie Jones and the England Rugby union squad.
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Try for Change is an England Rugby programme using rugby union to try and improve the lives of disadvantaged people in England and across the world. They also work with Sport Relief.
The Jonny Wilkinson Foundation is a charity which supports people with mental health concerns, something which is Harry’s cares deeply about.
The prince fielded questions from the crowd, while him and England Rugby co-captain Dylan Hartley discussed rugby and the various Try for Change projects
Prince Harry attended a Q&A session with England Rugby co-captain Dylan Hartley at Kensington Palace
Prince Harry speaks to Johnny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio tonight about rugby and the charity event
Prince Harry laughed with players and spoke about the sport at an event for England Rugby’s Try For Change
Harry has always been a keen rugby fan and was pictured at the Six Nations England game at Twickenham Stadium last Sunday – where he cheered and sung the national anthem.
The Prince also looked delighted when England won with a 44-8 victory over France in their Six Nations match.
In December 2016 Harry was announced as a patron of the The RFU. The Queen, who had been the patron for 64 years handed over the privilege to Prince Harry.
Prince Harry spoke to to Johnny Wilkinson and Lawrence Dallaglio while attending a Q&A session at reception to promote rugby across society, in London
Prince Harry answers questions tonight on stage as he attended a Q&A session for England Rugby’s Try For Change
Prince Harry jokes with various rugby players while he attended a Q&A session and reception to promote rugby across society
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