Prince Harry Just Had a Whirlwind Weekend in Japan (Without Meghan and Archie)

Prince Harry just spent a whirlwind (and sports-filled) weekend in Tokyo! 

Just a few short weeks after completing his ten-day royal tour of Africa alongside his wife, Meghan Markle, and 5-month-old son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the duke began his royal tour of Japan on Saturday.  

This is the Duke of Sussex's first official visit to the country, according to a press release from Buckingham Palace. Unfortunately, Meghan and Archie were not in attendance.

Last week, Buckingham Palace announced that the 35-year-old Duke of Sussex would be traveling to Japan to attend the 2019 Rugby World Cup Final as part of his role as patron of the Rugby Football Union.

However, before attending the finals, Harry visited Para Arena, a para-sport training center, where he watched different training sessions and met with Japanese athletes hoping to qualify for the 2020 Paralympics (which will be held in Tokyo).

Harry also spent some time with local schoolchildren—including from the Yokohama area—where Paralympics Great Britain will be based for training before the Games.

Later, the duke attended the Rugby World Cup Final at Yokohama Stadium, where he cheered on England and chatted with Japan's Crown Prince Akishino during the game.

And although England didn’t win the match, Harry congratulated players of the South Africa team following their victory. 

We love the sportsmanship.