The royal couple cheered on South Africa's victory against New Zealand on Saturday afternoon
The Monaco royals — who share 8-year-old twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella — showcased their love for one another at the Rugby World Cup Final at Stade de France in Paris on Saturday afternoon.
At one point during the event, Princess Charlene, 45, was photographed hugging and kissing her husband amid her native South Africa's victory against New Zealand. The team bested their opponents 12-11.
For the daytime outing, Charlene kept warm in a large gray coat, which she wore over a black turtleneck sweater.
Albert, 65, meanwhile, looked professional in a white shirt and red tie that he paired with a navy jacket.
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Charlene's outing with Albert over the weekend came about after the pair cheered on her beloved South African Springboks last week.
Before that, the couple — who wed in July 2011 — attended the Sept. 10 match against Scotland in Marseille.
For the couple's second tournament turn-up, in which South Africa defeated England 16-15 in the final moments to secure a place in the final, the princess wore a golden antelope pin on the collar of her Akris coat.
After the match, the prince and princess rushed down to the South African team's dressing room to congratulate them.
Princess Charlene's rousing plea was toasted by the team with bottled South African beer.
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