South Africa’s semi-final Rugby World Cup clash against England will be a star-studded affair for the Springboks. Not only will several local celebs, retired rugby players and superfans be in attendance, but so will the Minister of Sport Zizi Kodwa.
Adding to the excitement will likely be the presence of British royalty. In recent games, the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate as well as their son Prince George have been spotted in the stands of the World Cup stadiums.
WHICH ROYAL WILL ATTEND?
As patron of England Rugby Football Union, Princess Kate is likely to make an appearance at the England vs South Africa game.
According to MailOnline, the brunette bombshell has been called a “lucky charm” after England won both their last two games that she attended against Fiji and Argentina.
According to the publication, heightened security will likely pose an obstacle for her to travel to France. This, after six airports closed following the threat of an attack amid the Israel-Gaza conflict.
SA VS ENGLAND WHEN AND WHERE
The Springboks will play England in a Rugby World Cup semi-final showdown on Saturday, 21 October at the Stade de France stadium.
The match kicks off at 21:00 SA time. It can be watched on DStv’s SuperSport channels and SABC 2. It can also be streamed via the SABC Plus website and app.