PRINCE Harry did more than watch a football game when he visited Twickenham Stadium in London on Saturday.
He sent his respects to soldiers and women as part of a special ceremony of Architecture that took place on the stadium.
Sussex's Duke, who is also a Patron of the Rugby Football Association, watched the England vs New Zealand conflict in southern western London.
The heavy rain did nothing to prevent the crowds wishing when Prince Harry put a wreath of red poppies on the field before Nov. 11.
Wearing a navy suit, it was Prince's second individual commitment this week after visiting Field of Remembrance in London on Thursday.
As part of his visit to the stadium, he met with the descendants of two former England captains – Lancelot Slocock and Ronnie Coulton – who died during the First World War.
The Duke also met with two rugby players backed by the Royal Union Football Injured Players Foundation, which the Prince is also a Patron.
The celebration festive celebrations of this week's week were spicy for Prince Harry, who served in the British Army for 10 years and later went to the captain's class.
The royal family, including the Queen, will attend the Royal British Legion Festival on Saturday night before a Peace Service Sunday.