The Football Association, which oversees soccer matches in England, is led by Prince William. With his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and their son, Prince George, he recently attended a few Euro 2020 matches.
The family had a lot of people watching them during the games because they were royals, and their outfits had the potential to draw attention. William and Kate, on the other hand, are said to have disagreed about what George should wear to one of the matches.
The Cambridges attended Euro 2020 games.
Some games were played at Wembley Stadium in London, England, during the Euro 2020 tournament, which ran from June 11 to July 11. The royal family was able to attend in between other engagements because of this.
On June 29, William, Kate, and George all attended the England-Germany match.
Then, on July 7, William went to the England-Denmark match by himself.
At the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy, William was accompanied by his wife and son. When England scored a goal during the match, the family was ecstatic, but they were disappointed when the team lost in the end.
Prince William and Kate Middleton disagreed on what Prince George should wear.
George wore a suit similar to his father for both Euro 2020 games he attended. William, on the other hand, is said to have wanted George to wear a soccer jersey, which Kate was against.
Marion Bartoli, a tennis champion, revealed this fact while commentating on Novak Djokovic’s match against Matteo Berrettini on July 11.
According to Express, she said, “I had an afternoon tea with the Duchess yesterday and it was very much a discussion whether George will be allowed to wear the jersey tonight at Wembley or not.” “William was in favour of it, but Kate was not, so we’ll see.”
Regardless, George has previously donned soccer jerseys. In honour of his 6th birthday, the Cambridges shared photos of him wearing an England shirt on social media in 2019. “Great choice of shirt,” the England national team’s official Twitter account said. Prince George, have a fantastic birthday!”
Prince William wouldn’t mind Prince George playing soccer professionally.
Despite the fact that George is likely to become King one day, William has previously stated that he would not mind his son playing professional soccer.
“What if [Prince George] got really good at football [soccer]?” former soccer star Peter Crouch asked William on That Peter Crouch podcast in 2020. Is he capable of doing the job and leading [Aston] Villa from the front?”
“Definitely,” William said, referring to Aston Villa, his favourite soccer team. I believe he is capable. I believe he has a chance to become the all-time leading goal scorer.”
William and Kate are raising their children in a more normal manner than previous royals. George and his siblings are free to pursue a variety of interests, including ballet lessons. This will undoubtedly help him develop into a well-rounded royal as he grows older.