Prince Harry was spotted out in public for the first time on Sunday after his wife’s explosive letter to Thomas Markle Sr. was released.

The Duke of Sussex was at the rugby today, and he was seen belting out the National Anthem ahead of England’s Six Nations clash with France. He also witnessed the game unfold and was there when Six Nations beat France with a score of 44 to 8.

While Prince Harry was at the rugby, Thomas decided to expose his daughter’s deeply personal letter to him. The five-page handwritten note was dated August 2018, and it confirmed the accounts of the Duchess of Sussex’s friends who said that Markle wrote a letter to her dad months ago.

“Your actions have broken my heart into a million pieces – not simply because you have manufactured such unnecessary and unwarranted pain, but by making the choice to not tell the truth as you are puppeteered in this – Something I will never understand,” Markle wrote.

The emotional letter also confirmed that Thomas never called his daughter to tell her beforehand that he wouldn’t make it to her royal wedding on May 19. Markle said that her dad told the press that he had informed her that he couldn’t make it, but he didn’t.

Prince Harry’s wife also revealed that she reached out to her dad and asked someone to go to his house after she learned that he had suffered a heart attack. Markle also offered help and support to Thomas, but he refused it. Contrary to what the former lighting director previously said, it was Markle that called him and he was the one who never answered her calls.

However, Markle’s explosive letter did not sit well with handwriting expert Emma Bache. She said that Markle’s highly-stylized letter suggested that she was being ultra-cautious while she was writing it. She also dubbed the royal as a showman and a narcissist.

Tracey Trussell, a fellow handwriting expert, said that Markle put great thought and consideration into what she was saying in the letter.