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Harry took part in a coaching session for Rugby Football Union (RFU) All Schools Programme

Prince Harry helped coach a session for Rugby Football Union (RFU) All Schools Programme at Twickenham Stadium today, diving hither and thither with the kids and making everyone laugh, naturally.

Rugby World Cup winner Jason Robinson led the session, made up of fifty students who participate in the program.

"It’s great to see so many students from up and down the country taking up the game and embracing the core values that make the sport so special," Robinson said, according to the Daily Mail.

"They have only been playing rugby union for just over a year and I’m sure that having the opportunity to meet Prince Harry and play on the famous pitch at Twickenham will inspire them to keep playing for many years to come."

The organization was created to help students get into the game, and promotes the positive impact that sports has on young people, a notion both Harry and Prince William support.

"It's just fantastic to see him out here with the kids," Robinson continued.  "He's dripping with sweat. He's put everything into this, because he is passionate about the game."

Harry also opened the Royal British Legion Center for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College.

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