Their dad is the President of the Football Association and it seems Prince George and Princess Charlotte have also caught the soccer bug, after they were pictured cheering enthusiastically at a game last night.
Royal fans at the Premier League Norwich City v Aston Villa game at Norwich's Carrow Road football ground were in for a shock, after Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to bring their two eldest children along to the game.
An adorable six-year-old Prince George was seen sitting beside his dad, Prince William, with the both of them clapping hands and smiling as Aston Villa took home the win.
Sports Broadcaster, Gary Lineker, even commented online saying: “Think Prince George has caught the football bug early.”
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte sat beside her mum and also seemed enthralled by the game.
A protection officer was seen standing close-by to the Cambridges, keeping watch over the family.
The royal couple’s youngest son, one-year-old Prince Louis, was nowhere to be seen on the night.
It’s been over a month since we last saw Prince George and Princess Charlotte together, on Princess Charlotte’s first day of school at Thomas's Battersea in London.
The four-year-old was seen clinging to her mum Kate Middelton's side as they walked hand-in-hand alongside Prince William and her older brother Prince George.
Dressed in her new uniform and looking tanned from her summer holidays, Charlotte waved to the waiting crowds and eventually stepped forward to greet a teacher with a handshake before being ushered in.
Her dad Prince William could be heard saying, “first day, she’s very excited”.
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