The Duke of Cambridge to Attend Wales vs France Six Nations Match

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The Duke of Cambridge throws a rugby ball during a visit to the National Sport Centre in Cardiff to launch the Coach Core Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) Programme.

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE WILL ATTEND THE WALES VS FRANCE SIX NATIONS MATCH

Principality Stadium, Cardiff

Saturday 22nd February 2020

The Duke of Cambridge, Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU), will attend the Wales vs France Six Nations Match at the Principality Stadium on Saturday 22nd February.

Before the match, the Duke will meet injured players who are supported by the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust, of which His Royal Highness is patron. The trust was set up in 1972 as an organisation with a range of education, social and sporting objectives. The principle aim of the charity however has always been to support those players and their families who have been severely injured whilst playing rugby football in Wales.

Catch up on The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s most recent engagements, in the latest issue of Royal Life magazine.

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