Prince William and Princess Kate showed their support for Wales during the Rugby World Cup held Saturday, and the two even displayed various emotions during the match.

The royal couple joined rugby fans who watched Saturday’s match at the Twickenham Stadium, Hello! magazine reported. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were engrossed with the game as they cheered on and cringed during Wales match against Australia. Princess Kate was especially expressive as she was seen looking anxious all throughout the match. The Duchess of Cambridge was also spotted holding her head in her hands, clenching her fists and covering her mouth as she watched the rugby game. However, the Wales team lost to Australia in a 15-6 point game.

Apart from being expressive, the royal mother of two was also very stylish during Saturday’s Rugby World Cup match, wearing a grey Reiss coat. Prince William also looked handsome in a dark blue long sleeved top with a light blue collared shirt. Both of them wore red scarves to show their support for the Wales team.

This is not the first time that the Prince William and Princess Kate stepped out to show their support for the Wales rugby team. The Duke of Cambridge, a vice-patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, and his wife attended the September Rugby World Cup opening ceremony, according to Prince Harry, the honorary president of England Rugby 2015, joined the royal couple then. 

Meanwhile, prior to watching Saturday’s Rugby World Cup, Prince William and Princess Kate visited Harrow College located in Northwest London to meet young volunteers for the charity Mind, Mirror reported. The event was held to commemorate World Mental Health Day. The royal couple met with teenagers and young adults who have battled mental health problems and are now helping other people overcome the disease.

According to reports, Prince William and Princess Kate have attended several engagements in September as part of their work to build awareness over the issue of mental health. The Duke of Cambridge participated in an anti-bullying workshop conducted by the Diana Awards charity. The Duchess of Cambridge also recently visited the Anna Freud Center, which is an organization working to help children deal with mental health problems.