Prince Harry Got Up Close And Personal With Players After The Super Bowl

Fans were delighted to see Prince Harry attend the Super Bowl in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 13, and while his wife Meghan Markle wasn't in attendance at the big game, the Duke of Sussex wasn't alone. According to People, Harry's beloved cousin, Princess Eugenie, was sitting by his side as the royals enjoyed the match up between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals.

The duo looked casual as they wore black face masks. While Harry didn't show any obvious support for one team, it seems that he may have been rooting for the Rams as Meghan is a longtime California girl, and the couple now live in Montecito with their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

Meanwhile, Harry is known for being an avid sports fan, and has often been seen rooting on his favorite teams over the years. However, Harry had never been to watch a Super Bowl game before this year. Following the Rams' big win over the Bengals at Super Bowl LVI, Harry got the royal treatment when he was permitted to head into the locker room with the players.

Prince Harry got the royal treatment at the Super Bowl

Prince Harry seemed to enjoy the Los Angeles Rams win over the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl almost as much as the players. Following the big game, the Duke of Sussex headed into the locker room with some of the Rams' players to congratulate the team and check out their trophy, per Entertainment Tonight. During the locker room meeting, the Rams snapped a photo of Harry holding the Vince Lombardi Trophy. "Feelin' like royalty," the team captioned the photo.

Harry was seen wearing a Rams hat, and also spoke with the team's owner, Stan Kroenke. Kroenke also owns the UK's Arsenal soccer team, which Harry is a big fan of (via People). In addition, Harry was also snapped meeting comedian Cedric the Entertainer. He also interacted with singer Mickey Guyton, who sang the National Anthem at the game. "I met Prince Harry. He was just lovely. I even curtsied in my tracksuit," Guyton wrote on social media.

It seems that Harry has acclimated well to his new life in California following his and Meghan Markle's exit from the royal family in 2020.