AceShowbiz - Prince William and Prince George wore a matching set during the UEFA European Championship game. While cheering on England's soccer team, the Duke of Cambridge could be seen wearing a matching suit and tie with his son.
Attending the soccer game between England and Germany at London's Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, June 29, the father-son duo looked dapper in their navy suits paired with red, white and blue-striped ties, a nod to the colors of the U.K. flag.
Kate Middleton also joined her husband and her 7-year-old son. The Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant in a bold red blazer that represented her country's colors with her hair in loose waves. However, the younger royal children 6-year-old Princess Charlotte and 3-year-old Prince Louis were not at the match.
William, who is the president of the Football Association, was also seen chatting with George and cheering on their home team during the contentious game. In the snap uploaded on the official Instagram account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the 39-year-old father, his wife and his little one clapped and looked excited as England defeated Germany 2-0. "Incredible performance @England!" the caption of the post read.
This wasn't the first time George has been pictured at a soccer game with his parents. However, the Tuesday game seemed to be the first time George watched the England national team live. Back in 2019, the young royal was pictured cheering for his dad's favorite team Aston Villa.
In an Instagram post shared by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, George was documented yelling enthusiastically as Aston Villa came out victorious. The proud parents also shared candid photos of their little boy wearing a jersey bearing the crest for England's national team to mark his 6th birthday.