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Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton will stand against each other in a battle for pride on Saturday as the rugby teams they are patrons of (Wales and England respectively) face each other in the Six Nations.

 

 

The Duchess of Cambridge, who has taken over from Prince Harry as patron of England Rugby, will go head to head with her husband to support her team in the much-hyped match.

 

 

She will stand against the Duke of Cambridge , who is patron of the Welsh Rugby Union as England takes on Wales in the Six Nations.

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The counter brings the two lovebirds against each other, meaning the two royals will be in direct competition for the match on Saturday.

 

 

Kate Middleton had been passed the Duke of Sussex’s former roles as patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the Rugby Football League (RFL).

 

 

The much-hyped match comes amid anticipation about Prince Harry’s tell-all book, expected to be published this year.

 

 

Prince Harry sparks fury amid Queen’s health worries

 

Royal fans and experts have expressed their anger over the claim that Prince Harry is ‘in the immediate line of succession’.

 

 

Debate on Prince Harry’s future royal has engaged many royal fans and experts who are questioning the Duke of Sussex’s chance of becoming king in the future.

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Speaking to LBC, Royal commentator Angela Levin said: “What annoyed me incredibly is he said he was in the immediate line of succession.”

 

 

“Does he really think he’s got a chance to be king when he’s behaved like this? “The Queen’s got to stand up to it. “I think she’s got to stop him being the Counsellor of State and that means when she can’t manage or unwell, they become stand-ins.

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“They go to meetings and they sign documents.” The royal expert’s comments come after the first hearing in the Duke of Sussex case took place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, which Harry did not attend.

 

 

The Queen’s 37-year-old grandson, who is suing over a decision not to allow him to pay for police protection for himself and his family while in the UK , is facing backlash over his move.

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