Friday, 25 Sep 2020

Prince William tweets rare personal message as Duke celebrates return of football

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The Duke of Cambridge revealed he had missed watching football as he thank “everyone involved” for making it happen. Prince William signed the tweet ‘W’. He wrote: “So good to have football back, we have all missed it! Thank you to everyone involved for your hard work in making it happen. W”

William and Kate rarely tweet from their official Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Twitter account as it is largely run by their press and social media teams.

However, when the second in line to the throne does tweet it is usually about football or rugby.

A massive Aston Villa fan William will be undoubtedly thrilled his team one of the first teams to play as the Premier League restarts tonight.

Aston Villa plays Sheffield United at 6pm, however, spectators have been limited to around 300 people in the stadium.

Manchester City and then play Arsenal at 8.15pm tonight.

Prince William tweet delighted royal fans with many enjoying its personal touch.

One Twitter replied: “Don’t know why, but the initial “W” looks and sounds very regal and King-like!”

While others just responded with variations of “hello William”.

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Another fan wrote with a lion emoji: “Go Villa!”

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