The Prince of Wales sent a message to the Wales rugby team congratulating their crowned Six Nations Grand Slam win.
🏆Don’t forget you can celebrate Wales’s success in the Guinness Six Nations tonight from 17:00 at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay. pic.twitter.com/0RFTRNdbcH
— Welsh Rugby Union 🏉 (@WelshRugbyUnion) March 18, 2019
Prince Charles who is currently on a tour of the Caribbean, praised the Welsh team for their “famous victory” and congratulated the team over their “brilliant performance.”
On Saturday the Welsh squad beat Ireland in a 25-7 victory at the principality stadium in Cardiff. Prince William the Duke of Cambridge presented the trophy to captain Alun Wyn Jones.
The Prince of Wales has sent a message following the @WelshRugbyUnion Grand Slam victory in the @SixNationsRugby Championship.
Read the message in full here: https://t.co/yrYXDuskSw pic.twitter.com/OQK9aT253l
— The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) March 18, 2019
Prince Charles’s message read, “Llongyfarchiadau [Congratulations].
“Following your famous victory and a brilliant performance, I just wanted to congratulate all the team on your marvellous Grand Slam success.
“Please pass on my warmest wishes to all involved in this tremendous achievement, which made me extremely proud of Wales.
“Cymru am byth! [Wales forever!]”
Prince Charles is marking his 50th anniversary of his investiture as the Prince of Wales this year, Clarence House said.