He’s a big football fan and Prince George looked in his element as he watched England take on Germany at the European Championship in London.
The seven-year-old sat in between his mother, Kate Middleton, and his father, Prince William, as he cheered on England wearing an identical suit and tie to his dad.
The Cambridges collected Prince George from school and the young boy was whisked away to Wembley Stadium for the match, where he stood for the National Anthem before taking in the game.
After the match, the Duke and Duchess's official Twitter account shared a picture of their celebrations with the message: "Incredible performance, England!"
The royals were joined in the stands by singer Ed Sheeran and David Beckham, who attended with his son, Romeo Beckham.
Prince William is the President of the Football Association in England and could be seen cheering and waving his fist in the air with joy as England triumphed over Germany, winning 2-0 to reach the European Championship quarterfinals.
The last time Prince George was pictured at a football match was back in 2019, when the royals were spotted taking in the Aston Villa and Norwich game.
It’s no secret that the future king is a massive football fan, with sources claiming he plays for a local team during term time.
He’s also previously posed for official royal photos wearing an England shirt and a holding a football.
Prince William spoke with Peter Crouch of That Peter Crouch Podcast, where the football player asked the prince what he would think of his son becoming a professional soccer player.
“What if [Prince George] got really good at football [soccer]? Can he do the job and be up front for [Aston] Villa?” Peter Crouch asked.
“Yeah,” William replied. “Definitely. I reckon he could. I reckon he could be the all-time goal scorer.”
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