Rugby fans have got their latest fix of the sport as England played South Africa on Saturday.
The game is a much-awaited rematch for the teams, who last played each other in the World Cup final two years ago.
Amongst the players is Henry Slade, who has come to be known as something of a heartthrob alongside his rugby talents.
"Henry Slade is absolutely beautiful," wrote one fan on Twitter, while another said: "Henry Slade is so fit."
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Others weren't keen on his new hair cut however, with one person writing: "What's with the new cut?" and tagging the rugby player.
A second penned: "Why would a man as good looking as Henry Slade choose THAT haircut. It's not like he's an actor doing it for a role. Baffling."
Whether you like his hair cut or not, we've taken a peek into who the star is dating. Here's what you need to know…
Who is rugby player Henry Slade dating?
Henry's partner is Megan Browse, and the pair welcomed their first daughter, Olive Margot Slade, in March 2020.
The 28 year old star can be found posting the occasional life update on his Instagram channel, on which he has 203,000 followers.
In his most recent picture, Henry poses with his gorgeous partner and their tot.
"My girls" the rugby star captioned the photo, alongside a heart emoji.
Henry and his girlfriend got engaged in August of this year, with the star sharing a photo of his girlfriend Megan's ring.
"Slade possy gaining another member," he penned as Megan showed off her impressive rock.
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Megan can be found posting to 16,000 followers on Instagram and she tags a clothing line named Olive & Bud in her bio.
The baby and children's clothing shop has some gorgeous baby clothing items for sale, and appears to have been set up by Henry's girlfriend.
Henry is an older brother to Seb, who is an actor, and Albert, who is a rugby player too.
The star has Type 1 diabetes, and he's previously spoken about this.
He told GQ Magazine: "I haven't had to change my lifestyle at all – apart from the obvious restrictions – and I hope this gives other diabetics the confidence to do the same.
"My view is if you control your glucose levels, then you are no different from someone without diabetes."
Discussing his daughter, he also told the publication: "Coming home to her gives me a great reason to switch off from rugby and relax my mind from constantly thinking about it all the time."
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