Just days after his father The Prince of Wales visited the country, The Duke of Sussex will be flying to Japan to watch England take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup Final, Express reports.
As patron of England's Rugby Football Union, Prince Harry will join his cousins Zara and Mike Tindall who have already been soaking up Rugby World Cup fever in Japan, to cheer on England in the deciding match to claim the Webb Ellis Cup.
Following England's win over the All Blacks on Saturday, Harry took to the Sussex Royal Instagram to congratulate the team.
"Wow, what a game of rugby," Harry wrote.
"Another fantastic performance from our boys. Well done lads!
"You are making us all incredibly proud back home – bring on next week!"
While there's no word on whether Duchess Meghan will be joining him, either way, he'll be in great company as his cousins Zara and Mike Tindall and Peter Phillips are already in Japan, with Mike sharing the snaps from their trip on his newly created Instagram account, sprinkled with his humour and a few familiar Kiwi faces.
Ahead of the New Zealand and England match Mike posted a selfie with former All Black Dan Carter captioned: "End of the friendship with @dancarter_ for the next 90 mins or so!
"Good luck England so looking forward to this!!!"
The following day he posted another selfie during the semi-finals match between South Africa and Wales, captioned: "Great group! One nervous South African, one grumpy Kiwi 😉 Dr Handa @isps_handa and a semi smug Englishman."
The 'grumpy Kiwi' in question? None other than former All Black captain Richie McCaw, who made his way to Japan last week with his wife Gemma McCaw and their 10-month-old daughter Charlotte, and was likely incredibly saddened by the All Blacks' loss the previous day.
Mike's royal brother-in-law Peter Phillips was also in the pic along with former Springboks player Francois Pienaar.
There had been rumours Prince William would also fly out to watch the final, had Wales won against South Africa on Sunday, as patron of the Welsh national team, however with their defeat to the Springboks he is unlikely to attend.
Of course, there is still the third-place match set to take place this Friday between Wales and New Zealand, so he could still attend to cheer on the team.
Following the team's defeat, Prince William took to the Kensington Palace Twitter account to share his pride for the team.
"A Heroic performance @WelshRugbyUnion, unfortunately this time it wasn't meant to be," he wrote.
He also took the time to acknowledge the leadership of the team's captain Alun Wyn Jones, writing: "@AlunWynJones – brilliant leadership as ever. You can all hold your heads high from an incredible tournament, we're all so proud of you."
Signing the tweet off simply, "W".