Prince Harry enjoyed the biggest sporting event of the calendar stateside as he headed to the SoFi Stadium in California on Sunday for the US Super
Prince Harry enjoyed the biggest sporting event of the calendar stateside as he headed to the SoFi Stadium in California on Sunday for the US Super Bowl. The Duke of Sussex, 37, was joined by his cousin Princess Eugenie, 31, at the star-studded game.
Harry, who now resides in the US with his wife Meghan Markle and the couple’s two children, Archie and Lillibet, decided to take in the game between Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.
The royal watched on alongside his cousin Princess Eugenie as the pair donned face masks.
The pair were snapped during the game sitting in their luxury box and the NFL UK Twitter account shared the picture on their account, writing: “Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie in the house at #SBLVI.”
The high-profile game also featured the eagerly-anticipated half-time show featuring Dr Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J Blige, Kendrick Lamar and surprise guest 50 Cent.
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Loose Women panel member, Jane Moore, 59, has addressed the Duke’s “confused” appearance.
Writing in her latest column, the journalist admitted that she never is sure “what the hell’s going on” during an NFL match.
The ITV broadcaster claimed that Harry’s “eyes glazed over” in the pictures that were released adding that she didn’t believe he was “bored”.
Jane wrote in The Sun: “I have just finished watching the Netflix show Last Chance U, about young men from socially deprived backgrounds hoping their American football skills will get them scholarships to college.
Neither Meghan or Jacks Brooksbank joined their respective partners.
Princess Eugenie currently lives with Jack and baby August in Harry and Meghan’s former Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage.
Following the game, Harry made the most of his Los Angeles star power to get his hands on the Super Bowl trophy in the Rams’ locker room on Sunday as he rubbed shoulders with their billionaire owner Stan Kroenke.
The Duke of Sussex took off his mask as he congratulated the players and coaches after their victory.
Taking to the official Los Angeles Rams Twitter account, they shared a snap of the Prince holding onto the trophy.
They captioned the post: “Feeling like royalty.”
Though the Prince is notoriously a massive sports fan, it was the first time Harry was spotted attending the Super Bowl.
The event attracted stars such as Jay-Z, Beyonce, Justin Bieber and Kanye West.