In a ‘sweet’ moment with Prince George, Kate and Prince William show off their ‘protective’ side.
After England’s humiliating loss to Italy on Sunday, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William were seen consoling their eldest son Prince George.
In a lovely video released on Twitter, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge were seen comforting their seven-year-old son Prince George. The young Prince had gone to Wembley Stadium with his parents to witness England vie for the Euro2020 trophy against Italy. Royal fans praised the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on social media for their touching gestures to calm their eldest son.
“It just shows what a regular family the Cambridge family is and how much Catherine and William protect their children!” wrote a Twitter account dedicated to the Cambridges.
Kate can be seen placing her arm around her kid after Italy won the game with a penalty kick.
“Love it,” one social media user said. I like how they keep touching each other all the time. Just a pat on the back, a hug, and so on. They’re the greatest.”
“This is so great to witness how they leave with George between them, as you so rightly state, like a normal family,” one person remarked. I couldn’t be prouder of them.”
“It’s so lovely to see William, Catherine, and George out and about, and the affection they shared like any family on a night out,” one person commented.
“I am overjoyed that Prince William and Princess Catherine will one day reign as our King and Queen.”
“Naturally caring, normal family, even when the camera isn’t on,” one added.
The summer tournament final on Sunday was Prince George’s second game of the summer.
After cheering on England’s football squad against Germany on June 29, he was dubbed “England’s lucky charm.”
Prince George was seen rejoicing with his parents after England scored two goals.
Prince William is a football fanatic who presently serves as the President of the Football Association.
The Duke of Cambridge has supported Aston Villa since he was a boy, and he has taken his children to see them play.
The Duke sent a video greeting to Gareth Southgate’s team before the game on Sunday, wishing them luck and stating that “the whole country is behind you.”
He also saw the team’s semi-final match versus Denmark, which was held at Wembley Stadium as well.
Prince William could be present at the finals. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”