On game day, soldiers from the Regiment will lead a Homecoming Parade through Cardiff city centre, marking their return from Afghanistan as well as their intimate relationship with the British monarchy on the Jubilee weekend and their distinctive and strong Welsh identity.
The March through the streets of Cardiff starts at 12.15pm inside the grounds of Cardiff Castle. Following this, the WRU have invited the QDG to watch a well-deserved display of rugby excellence and hopefully a Wales win.
The History of the Regiment is long and action-full which has seen active service in Borneo, Aden, Lebanon, the 1991 Gulf War, Bosnia, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, the 2003 Iraq War, two further tours of Iraq and, most recently, a deployment to Afghanistan in 2008/09.
Its lineage stretches back more than 300 years to the formation of the King's Dragoon Guards (KDG) and the Queen's Bays (Bays) in 1685. These regiments amalgamated 50 years ago on January 1, 1959, to form QDG.
Earlier this week, following an invitation from Swansea City Council, the QDG exercised its right to the Freedom of the City, given to them in 2009, and they marched through the streets, culminating in a welcome reception in the Town Hall.
A Service of Remembrance will be held tomorrow (June 1st) at Llandaff Cathedral in memory of Lieutenant David Boyce and Lance Corporal Richard Scanlon, both members of B Squadron when they were killed in November last year when their vehicle struck an Improvised Explosive device (IED) in the Nahr-e-Saraj area of Helmand Province