The ‘sweetest Royal moment’ is George hugging William and Kate in a rare display of affection.
For all Royal fans, Prince George’s participation at the Euro 2020 final was a nice surprise.
When Shaw scored a goal for England, the young Prince leaped in the air and hugged his parents, capturing the hearts of everyone watching.
While the entire nation celebrated the Three Lions’ victory, George, seven, looked as if he would remember the occasion for the rest of his life.
Many people on social media laughed at his relatable facial expressions, but the moment he hugged his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was the highlight.
Cameras flashed to the Royals as they leapt into the air after England’s goal. George walked over to Prince William and hugged him before turning to the Duchess of Cambridge.
The hug was a rare Royal display of emotion, and many people found the family’s relatability endearing.
One fan remarked on Twitter, “One of the loveliest royal moments ever!”
“It’s understandable that the babies are snuggle monsters.
“The small ones will grow up just as affectionate with W&K as their parents.
“They’ve inherited their parents’ passion for sports.”
Another added, “Seeing St George, sorry Prince George, give a hug to mum and dad was the finest thing I’ve seen all year.”
A third said, “The footage of Prince George celebrating with his mother and father was beautiful.”
When Shaw scored, the Royals weren’t the only ones who were delighted.
Tom Cruise was seen fist-bumping David Beckham.
Despite the fact that England lost the game, Prince William commended the team on Twitter.
“Heartbreaking. Congratulations on a fantastic victory, @Azzurri.
“@England, you’ve all come so far, but it wasn’t our day this time.
“I know there’s more to come, so you can all raise your heads high and be so proud of yourselves. On Twitter, he wrote, “W.”