PRINCE Harry has arrived in Japan ready to cheer on our rugby heroes at today’s World Cup final.
The Duke of Sussex landed in Tokyo on Saturday without his wife Meghan Markle and their baby son, Archie.
Prince Harry paid a visit to young Japanese para-athletes in Tokyo ahead of the rugby final clash
But Meghan has revealed she will be watching the clash from their Windsor home and will be dressing baby Archie in an England onesie for the occasion.
Before heading to Yokohama International Stadium for the final, Prince Harry paid a visit to young Japanese para-athletes in Tokyo.
The royal was seen laughing and chatting with kids as they played boccia a ball sport – at Para Arena.
He is expected to deliver a personal message from the Queen to our rugby heroes to give them an extra push before they take on South Africa.
The Queen has already sent the team her very best wishes for a memorable and successful match.
In a special written message, HRH said: “Your performances during the tournament have delighted supporters, and inspired many people throughout the country.
“I send my congratulations to the England team, management and support staff on reaching the 2019 Rugby World Cup Final, together with my very best wishes for a memorable and successful match.”
Rugby fan Prince Harry will deliver the message to England ace Owen Farrell and his fellow stars ahead of the match at the 72,300 capacity stadium just outside Tokyo.
Harry has already sent a number of messages of support to the team, giving them his backing through their campaign.
He also sent a note of good luck with a photo of his son Archie in a Red Rose jersey to the team.
Flanker Sam Underhill said: “As a group we’ve had a couple of messages from Prince Harry.
“He sent us a nice message of support, which was nice to receive.
“He showed his little lad in an England shirt, so that was a nice touch. I’m still waiting on my personal message!”