Super Bowl is a huge deal and a lot of celebrities including Hollywood royalty like Justin Beiber, Kendall Jenner, and Jay-Z. However, they were not the only royalty present in the final. The ACTUAL British royalty was also a part of the audience in the winning game as the Los Angeles Rams beat Cincinnati Bengals with a score of 23-20. The Duke of Sussex, however, was not alone, but Meghan Markle was also not present with him. So who was it that accompanied the Duke to the game?
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Duke of Sussex Spotted With Princess Eugenie
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According to The Daily Mail, the Duke of Sussex was spotted with his cousin sister, Princess Eugenie in the Super Bowl game. The pair were obviously seated in a private box on leather seats and were wearing masks as per the mandates of the Los Angeles County for ‘large outdoor events.
The pair were seen without their respective spouses. Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie’s husband was absent along with Meghan Markle, wife of Prince Harry. The Prince didn’t seem to be supporting a particular side as indicated with his neutral attire of a white T-shirt and dark jacket. Eugenie too wore a baseball hat paired with jeans and a blazer.
What Else Happened?
Apart from the presence of the British royal family, the audience was star-studded with the likes of Kevin Hart, Rebel Wilson, Charlize Theron, Lebron James, and other celebrities present. The halftime show too was something of note as hip-hop artists like Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Dr Dre, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar, along with a surprise appearance from 50 Cent took charge of the teeming 70,000 fans present in the stadium.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson had an imposing presence as he came on to the field before the game. Other sports stars like Alex Morgan, professional football player, Floyd Mayweather, boxer and Golden State Warriors basketball player, Draymond Green were also spotted attending the game.
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