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Prince Harry last night said he didn't want to 'jinx' England's chances of lifting the World Cup - as he chatted to former Irish rugby ace Brian O'Driscoll at a garden reception in Dublin.
The Duke of Sussex, 33, refused to be pushed on the squad's success. O'Driscoll said: 'I asked him, "So, is football coming home?"
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'But he refused to say it. I think he just said he isn't as confident as everyone else about England winning tomorrow.
'He said he won't say it because he doesn't want to jinx it.'
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Cheeky Harry also made a dig at the Prince of Wales as he stood on stage with Meghan by his side, while thanking the audience for attending.
Paying tribute to the British Ambassador in Ireland, Robin Barnett, Harry said: 'As some as you may know he showed my father around his home city of Cork a couple of weeks ago.
'So we are very grateful for you joining us here his evening as well. And also very nice to know that he didn't bore you senseless.'
He added: 'My father was telling us just last week how much he had enjoyed his recent visit.
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