Prince William and Prince George Look Chipper at Soccer Match Amid Kate Middleton's Cancer Battle

Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Princess Kate.

Prince William and Prince George are having themselves a father-son day!

The Prince of Wales was photographed with his eldest son on Saturday, May 25, as the duo attended the FA Cup final between Manchester City and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium in London.

William, 41, is president of the Football Association and has clearly raised his boy to become a big soccer fan, too. In photos of the outing obtained by People, the 10-year-old looked ecstatic to be attending the game with his dad.

William, dressed in a dark blue set with a white shirt and a red, white and blue tie, greeted the teams ahead of the match, which ended in a 2-1 victory for Manchester United.

George nearly matched his dad, wearing a dark blue suit as well, which he paired with a white shirt and a blue and white striped tie.

The father-son bonding experience came amid Kate Middleton's ongoing cancer journey after she revealed her diagnosis with an undisclosed type of cancer in March.

The Princess of Wales learned about the cancer after undergoing a planned abdominal surgery in January, and she has stayed out of the public eye ever since.

Kate, 42, shared the news of her diagnosis not long after King Charles revealed he was also battling cancer, the details of which have not been publicly shared.

Kate, who is also a mom to a daughter, Princess Charlotte, 9, and a son, Prince Louis, 6, is now said to be dealing with her condition privately as she undergoes "preventative" chemotherapy treatments.

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