England's defeat at the hands of Wales at the Principality Stadium on Saturday evening has come at a price for Mike Brown.
The full-back, in his column for the Daily Mail, has revealed that Wales' 40-24 Triple Crown-sealing win over Eddie Jones' men will mean he has to spend the next week sporting the red shirt of the victors.
Brown made a bet with his Harlequins Welsh team-mate Scott Baldwin, with the loser of the wager having to don the opposing player's jersey for the next seven days.
If Owen Farrell and Co were left red-faced by defeat in Cardiff, it will be Brown who will decked out in the same colour at Harlequins' training ground over the next few days.
He wrote: "The defeat has also cost me a week in a Wales jersey, courtesy of my Harlequins team-mate Scott Baldwin!
"He is a proud Welshman and we made a little bet that the loser has to wear the opposition shirt for a week.
"Fair play to Wales because they put in a hell of a shift.
"Their forwards muscled up, the backs took their opportunities and their pressure forced England to give away penalties. I’m sure the photographs of me in a red jersey will find their way out."
Brown has been critical of former team-mate Farrell in recent weeks - even calling for him to be dropped following the surprise defeat to Scotland on the opening day of the tournament - but praised the England skipper for showing character in adversity on Saturday.
He did, however, urge Jones' charges to cut out the ill-discipline which cost them the match.
"Putting the refereeing interactions to one side, Owen Farrell had his best game for England for a while, linking with [Geroge] Ford to move the ball to Henry Slade and the outside backs, and also showing his offloading skills," he added.
"Fair play to Owen for stepping up and showing his character of a guy. He is a top-class professional, who has taken a lot of stick, and he played well. But the ill-discipline has to stop."