Sovereign William gritted his teeth and Kate grasped her clench hands as they upheld Wales at Twickenham in a urgently tight match with gathering opponents Australia.

The pair were on the edge of their seats as Wales battle to beat the gathering of death, which has as of now thrown England hapless, making them the first host country not to advance out of the gathering stages.

The Duchess of Cambridge had her clench hands held as they sat in the slows down at Twickenham, in an amusement with a lot of show, with Australia edging ahead by nine focuses to six at half time.

Ruler William appeared to be gritting his teeth amid a strained minute in an amusement that has so far seen no tries, depending on the kickers to put the ball between the posts.

The pair looked glad when Wales got a punishment which put them inside of three purposes of Australia, and the Welsh group remained nearby to their gathering opponents all through the match's majority.

Yet, the Wallabies edged further ahead in the second half and in the end completed the diversion 15-6 ahead, which means Wales will need to face South Africa in the quarter finals, while Australia will play Scotland.

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