Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry attend opening ceremony of 2015 Rugby World Cup

The royal trio participated at the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup on Friday night in Twickenham, where England played against Fifi.

The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, and Prince William watched the ceremony from stadium seats, while Honorary President of the 2015 Rugby World Cup​ Prince Harry gave a speech. Prime Minister David Cameron was also present at the ceremony.

“Across the country, regardless of age, background, or beliefs, this nation, which gave rugby to the world in 1823, will join together and celebrate the game like never before,” he said to the crowd.
“In six weeks’ time, one team will take its place in history. It’s up to every one of us, to raise the roof on each match in this unforgettable journey. The players have earned it, the Nations deserve it and the fans expect it. ‘We’re ready… Game on!” Harry added.

Duchess Kate looked absolutely stunning in a blue Reiss coat, with her new bangs, having fun and continuously smiling at her husband, the Duke of Cambridge.

Kensington Palace tweeted some pictures of the royals from the ceremony.

Watch a video of Prince Harry speaking at the 2015 Rugby World Cup opening ceremony.

Twenty nations are set to participate in the competition taking place in England and Wales for the Webb Ellis cup.