Kate and Prince William show off ‘protective’ side in ‘sweet’ exchange with Prince George
Prince William consoles Prince George after penalty shootout
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Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge were seen consoling their seven-year-old son Prince George in a sweet video shared on Twitter. The young Prince had accompanied his parents to Wembley Stadium to watch England compete against Italy for the Euro2020 trophy. Royal fans took to social media to compliment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for their heartwarming gestures to console their eldest son.
A Twitter account dedicated to the Cambridges shared the clip, saying: “It just shows what a normal family the Cambridge family is and how much Catherine and William protect their children!”
The video shows Kate putting her arm around her son after the final penalty gave Italy the win.
A social media user commented: “Love it. Love how they are always touching each other. Just a hand on the back, hug etc. They are the best.”
One wrote: “This is so lovely to see how they leave with George between them, being as you so rightly say a normal family. I couldn’t admire them more.”
Another said: “It’s so nice to see William, Catherine and George out and the affection they shared like any family on a night out.
“I am so glad that one day Prince William and Princess Catherine will be our King and Queen.”
And one added: “Naturally caring, normal family, even when the camera isn’t on.”
The final on Sunday was the second game Prince George had attended of the summer tournament.
He was branded ‘England’s lucky charm’ after cheering on the England football team in their match against Germany on June 29.
After the two goals to England, Prince George could be seen celebrating with his parents.
Prince William is a keen football fan and is currently the President of the Football Association.
Since youth, the Duke of Cambridge has proudly supported Aston Villa and has taken his children to watch their matches.
Before the game on Sunday, the Duke issued a video message to Gareth Southgate’s team, wishing them good luck and saying that “the whole country is behind you”.
He also attended the team’s semi-final match against Denmark, which was also played at Wembley Stadium.
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During the finals, Prince William could be seen jumping for joy at Luke Shaw’s early goal which put England in the lead.
However, this quickly turned to bitter disappointment as England lost in the final stage of penalties to Roberto Mancini’s Italian side.
Following the racist abuse of the three young players who missed the penalty strike, Prince William issued a statement condemning the “abhorrent” online abuse.
He tweeted, “I am sickened by the racist abuse aimed at England’s players after last night’s match. It is totally unacceptable that players have to endure this abhorrent behavior. It must stop now all those involved should be held accountable.”
Players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka all received racist abuse for failing to score in the penalties.
Prince William and Kate’s appearance at Wembley came after their joint appearance at Wimbledon that weekend.
As patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Kate attended on both Saturday and Sunday and handed the trophy to Ash Barty, the winner of the Women’s Singles Final.
Her appearance at Wimbledon and Wembley marked the end of the Duchess’s self-isolation period, which she began after coming into contact with someone who had Covid-19.
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