Prince William hugged his wife Kate Middleton after they watched a rugby match with Prince Harry on Saturday, Sept. 26 Credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage

All is fair in love and football! Prince Harry and Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, cheered for opposing teams on Saturday, Sept. 26, when England played Wales in the Rugby World Cup.

The trio sat together in the stands at the stadium in Twickenham, London, and when the Welsh national anthem began, Kate, 33, and William, who is vice patron of the Welsh Rugby Union began singing — in Welsh.

Harry, 31, who still has the rugged ginger beard he grew during a recent trip to Africa, watched the pair but didn't join in, as he is the honorary president of England Rugby.

It was a nail-biting match, which saw Wales score a stunning 28 to 25 victory over England. Afterwards, William, 33, jokingly commiserated with his younger brother and put his arms around his wife, cuddling her and sweetly laying his cheek next to hers. The Duchess of Cambridge's new bangs could also be seen in the pic.

It looked like a fun night out for the pair, who are parents to 2-year-old son Prince George, and newborn daughter Princess Charlotte, who will be 5 months old on Oct. 2.

Wales holds a special place in the royal couple's heart as they shared a cozy farmhouse on the Welsh island of Anglesey before their marriage and for a couple of years following their April 2011 wedding.

They moved back to London and into a newly renovated apartment at Kensington Palace after George was born and William ended his tour of duty as a search and rescue helicopter pilot.

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