The Duke of Cambridge and his daughter support the England women's football team together.
Prince William continues to closely follow the game of the England women's football team and rejoice their successes. The Duke of Cambridge recently posted a touching video with his seven-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte in support of the athletes before the final match of Euro 2020 against Germany. People writes about this.
“We both want to wish the lionesses good luck tonight, you did amazingly well in the competition, and we will cheer for you all the time!” Prince William said. And his daughter added that she hoped the national team would win.
“Good luck! I hope you win. Goodbye!' said the heir to the throne.
As you know, 40-year-old Prince William is the president of the Football Association and regularly attends matches.He often takes his eldest son, 9-year-old Prince George, as well as his wife Kate Middleton to the game .
The Cambridge family also has its own “up-and-coming soccer star” Princess Charlotte, as her father Prince William described her when he visited professional athletes at their training camp.
” Charlotte wanted me to tell you that she is really good in goal. She said, “Please tell them about it.” She is a promising star for the future,” the Duke of Cambridge told the athletes about his daughter.
Prince William also noted that the Lionesses – such a nickname for the England women's football team – inspire the next generation of women and girls to play football.
Focus previously wrote that nine-year-old Prince George, unexpectedly for himself, managed to refute his uncle Prince Harry's claims that life in the royal family is unbearable.