Prince George is following in his father’s footsteps, showing a keen interest in both football and rugby, with the young royal joining Prince William in France to watch the Rugby World Cup quarter-final, which sees Wales take on Argentina.
The match marks a royal first for the ten-year-old, as it’s his first time travelling overseas to watch a game.
Prince William and Prince George arrived at Stade de Marseille to see the action, with George a mini-me of William, with both wearing navy suits and red ties – the latter seemingly a patriotic nod to the Welsh side.
While George’s mother, the Princess of Wales, supports the England rugby side as the patron of the Rugby Football Union, George, by attending the Wales game, appears to have made his loyalties clear.
In February last year, George stood between his parents as they watched England versus Wales in the Six Nations, but he was undecided on who to support – but seems to have decided now!
Quizzed at Twickenham on who he would pick, the young prince shrugged his shoulders and smiled at William, who laughed and said: “It’s become quite the thing in the house,” pointing at Kate, adding: “She is quite into it. I’m trying to stay out of it.”
George and William stood to sing the National Anthem, with William getting into the song, with George watching on.
As they made their way to their seats, Prince William appeared to reassure his son about his first rugby game abroad.
The Prince of Wales showed Prince George something as they watched the match, with Prince George smiling from ear to ear.
In an adorable father-son moment, Prince William appeared to explain the game to his young son. Dads, eh?
But the ten-year-old quickly perked up, grinning in the stands at half-time, with Wales in the lead.