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Prince Harry put the rivalry between England and Australia on a stick with a cheeky sled for the Cricket World Cup

REVEALED: Prince Harry & brutal sleigh on Aaron Finch, who laughed at the Australian captain when they met in Buckingham Palace for the Cricket World Cup

  • Prince Harry has fired rivalry between England and Australia with a cheeky sleigh
  • Duke of Sussex teased Aaron Finch about his age for the Cricket World Cup
  • Finch could be heard laughing at the captain's reception
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Prince Harry fired the eternal sporting rivalry between England and Australia with a cheeky sledge for the Cricket World Cup.

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The Duke of Sussex made an excavation on Wednesday at the Australian Aaron Finch during a reception at Buckingham Palace for the 16 superiors.

& # 39; You're going up a bit now, aren't you? How long have you been playing? & # 39; he asked the 32-year-old Australian skipper.

Prince Harry put the rivalry between England and Australia on a stick with a cheeky sled for the Cricket World Cup

Prince Harry put the rivalry between England and Australia on a stick with a cheeky sled for the Cricket World Cup

The Duke of Sussex made the count to Aaron Finch during the reception of a team captain at Buckingham Palace

The Duke of Sussex made the count to Aaron Finch during the reception of a team captain at Buckingham Palace

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The Duke of Sussex made the count to Aaron Finch during the reception of a team captain at Buckingham Palace

The Australian captain laughed at the comment – while others in the group could be heard loudly.

Prince Harry then tested the players' mood by asking them if they were confident and which team was the favorite for the tournament.

He told Sri Lankan captain Dimuth Karunaratne: & # 39; Enjoy it, if you don't enjoy it, you might as well not be here. & # 39;

Queen Elizabeth also met the captains and posed for a group photo prior to a garden party in the palace.

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The royal guests at the reception garden party included Princess Beatrice and Eugenie and prince and princess Michael van Kent.

Australia is trying to win for back-to-back World Cup titles after concluding the 2015 home tournament, while hosts England are favorite to claim their first World Cup.

Prince Harry will be in the Oval on Thursday to see how Eoin Morgan takes over the opening game from South Africa in England.

The queen joins the captains for a team photo prior to the Cricket World Cup

The queen joins the captains for a team photo prior to the Cricket World Cup

The queen joins the captains for a team photo prior to the Cricket World Cup

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