South Africa defeated New Zealand 12-11 in Paris on Saturday in the final match of the tournament
There were some big names in attendance at the Stade de France in Paris on Saturday as South Africa took on New Zealand for the final matchup of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Ora, 32, was also joined by her husband, Taika Waititi, who hails from New Zealand, as they sat in the row behind Momoa, 44, who was wearing a sweatshirt to show his support for the All-Blacks.
Djokovic, 36, was on the singer’s other side, and the two were spotted chatting during the match.
The tennis player, who is currently ranked as the No. 1 in the world, is set to begin competing in the Paris Masters tournament on Monday and was wearing a suit as he watched the action unfold in the rugby final.
In a cute moment, Mirka, 45, took a photo of her husband and their kids, all of whom were decked out in South African colors and Rugby World Cup caps as they watched the side they were supporting secure a victory.
As well as a host of celebrities, there was also a royal couple from Monaco in the stands at the match.
Princess Charlene, 45, who grew up in South Africa, was photographed kissing and embracing her husband amid the country's victory against the All-Blacks.
Since the start of the tournament in September, there have been many famous, and royal faces in attendance at various matchups throughout France. The British royal family has made several appearances to support England, who advanced through to the semi-final but were beaten by South Africa, 16-15.
Kate Middleton was frequently in attendance at the games as part of her royal role as patron of England's Rugby Football Union and Rugby Football League. After the quarterfinal match, when England beat Fiji, the Princess of Wales, 41, stopped into the team’s locker room to meet the players and congratulate them on the win.
She shook hands with players in their dirt and grass-strained uniforms, some even standing without shoes in their socks during the visit. Kate even stood near a pair of muddy cleats on the locker room floor, as seen in photos shared on the rugby team on Instagram.
“Great to have our patron Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales in attendance,” the team captioned the shots.
He brought his 10-year-old son along for the quarterfinal game between Wales and Argentina, and Kate reportedly said that George “loved it so much,” per Hello!
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"He took full advantage," she said of George's enjoyment on the pizza during the game, to which the World Rugby chairman replied, "He tucked into the pizza alright."
"Yes, I know, I did hear that," Princess Kate agreed.
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