Prince Harry officially opens the World Cup and attends the match between England and South Africa in The Oval
- The World Cup starts with England opposite South Africa in The Oval
- Prince Harry is planning to officially attend the 2019 tournament
- The plans have been kept quiet, but the World Cup has had a royal feeling so far
Prince Harry will be in The Oval on Thursday to officially open the ICC Cricket World Cup.
England meets South Africa in the first game of the tournament and while the organizers submitted the precise plans for Friday, Harry will be present to mark the start of the World Cup before an initial ball is thrown into rage.
Organizers have chosen to give the World Cup a distinct royal feel because they have already chosen to organize the opening party for Buckingham Palace at The Mall.
Prince Harry will be in The Oval on Thursday to officially open the ICC Cricket World Cup
However, the opening party did not have the warmest reception on Wednesday evening.
There were around 4,000 fans sheltered under waterproof ponchos and umbrellas while watching a fairly quiet presentation of captains and a performance of the official song.
Technical malfunctions also impeded the procedure.
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