Prince Harry was spotted in the stands Saturday for England's match against Wales in London. And just one row back sat Benedict Cumberbatch.
The 39-year-old Sherlock star, sporting a Sherlock-esque hat, cheered behind Harry, 31, who is vice patron of English rugby's governing body.
It wasn't Cumberbatch's first royal encounter in recent months: In November, Queen Elizabeth II bestowed on him the title of C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire).
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Harry, meanwhile, has been busy working with older brother Prince William and sister-in-law Princess Kate in their mental health efforts.
Next on the prince's docket is an upcoming trip to Nepal, nearly a year after disastrously deadly earthquakes struck the nation.
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While there, Harry plans to forgo the usual royal hotel accommodations and instead stay with a local family.
"He has been moved by the stories of resilience of the Nepali people following the earthquakes last year and is now eager to learn more about their country and culture," a spokesman said in an earlier statement. "With Britain and Nepal currently celebrating two hundred years of cooperation, Prince Harry will experience the strength of the relationship and traditional warmth of the Nepali welcome."