Prince Harry appeared in a good mood and has claimed a healthy tan while appearing in a video of England Rugby.
The duke of Sussex, 35, who currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Meghan Markle, 38, and their son Archie, a, after being removed from his duties as royal, has admitted that he had “missed the rugby” since its suspension due to Covid – 19 on march 20.
It has been featured in the video alongside several sports stars including the former player of English rugby Jonny Wilkinson and coach in australian rugby Eddie Jones – to thank sports fans for their efforts against the sars coronavirus during the pandemic.
The clip was published on the page Instagram of the England Rugby union earlier this week with the caption: “When the match has been interrupted, the family of the rugby met. Thank you to all of us.
Prince Harry, 35, (above) appeared in a good mood and has claimed a tan from locking when a video of England Rugby, launched yesterday
The duke of Sussex (photo in the archive images), 35, who currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Meghan and their son, Archie, a, after having declined to its functions royal, has admitted that he was missing rugby since his suspension on march 20.
Prince Harry (pictured in the images in the archives prior to the pandemic) is the patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU)
The sequence begins with the prince Harry caught outside in what appears to be a garden, with the royal saying: “The rugby we lack all.
And then a colleague, a contributor said: “This pandemic could be halted the game”, before concluding the duke: “But that didn’t take away our spirit.
As part of his campaign Pitch In, the organisation says that it will seek to recognize those who have played their role during the lockout and showed the ” real core values of the game “.
The clip has also been referenced on their website, with the title: “Duke of Sussex, Jonny Wilkinson, Eddie Jones and Sarah Hunter (Rugby Union) thank you for having participated in the fight against the sars coronavirus. “
Prince Harry appeared in the video alongside several sports stars including the former player of English rugby Jonny Wilkinson (above) and the coach of australian rugby Eddie Jones – to thank sports fans for their efforts during the pandemic
The fans were thrilled to see prince Harry to appear in the video, with one social media user wrote: “awesome Video, so happy that you are all set Harry. “
Another person added: “Video is brilliant. I love the fact that prince Harry also participates in ” while a third added:” Awesome! It is good to see prince Harry too.
The appearance of prince Harry comes after having supported measures to ban Swing Low, Sweet Chariot rugby games because of its association with slavery.
The duke has expressed his support for the revision of the RFU on the song, written by Wallace Willis, a slave was freed from Oklahoma, in the light of the movement Black Lives Matter, reported the Sunday Times.
Reaction: fans were delighted to see the film on prince Harry in the video, with a social media user who writes: “awesome Video, so happy that you are all set Harry. “
Prince Harry, patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU), sang the anthem of the rugby on several occasions since his childhood.
The anthem sounds frequently around the stands of Twickenham, and is considered by the RFU, which has launched a broad investigation into racism.
Written by a black slave in the southern United States during the Nineteenth century, the song was crowned for the first time by fans when the two wingers blacks – Martin Offiah and Chris Oti – became heroes sport on the field at the end of the 1980s.
Prince Harry has become patron of the Rugby Football League in 2016 when the queen fell after decades in the role.
He continued to play this role after that Meghan and him to be removed from their position as royals seniors.
The video comes just days after it emerged that prince Harry had supported measures to ban Swing Low, Sweet Chariot rugby games because of its association with slavery (photographed in 2015 when the rugby world Cup)