The Royal Family

Prince George Makes Surprise Appearance At FA Cup Final With Prince William

Prince William and Prince George are twinning on their latest father-son outing. Amidst the announcement that the royals cancelled all official engagements for the next month, the Prince of Wales stepped out for a Saturday afternoon soccer match with his eldest son – and Prince George looked even more like his dad than usual.

Both Prince William and Prince George wore dark navy blue suits and matching striped ties while watching Manchester City and Manchester United face off at Wembley Stadium in London on May 25.

Prince William, who’s president of the Football Association’s roster of English and Welsh teams, looked dialed into the game as he sat with his mini me in their private royal box to watch the FA Cup final.

Both William and George are reportedly Aston Villa fans, and the princes played neutral by dressing up for the match in dark blue suit jackets paired with white button up shirts and matching red, white, and blue striped ties.

Prince George Makes Surprise Appearance At FA Cup Final With Prince William

After the game, Prince William awarded the medals to the winning team Manchester City, and Prince George was seen smiling as he shook hands with Jack Grealish and other soccer stars, per videos shared on social media.

In addition to their love for soccer, Prince William revealed that the 10-year-old also shares his and Prince Harry’s passion for flying. Prince William reportedly called his son a “potential pilot in the making” to members of the Royal Air Force during a garden party at Buckingham Palace earlier in the week, according to Hello! 

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Pursuing a career in aviation would follow in the Windsor family footsteps, as Prince George’s uncle Prince Harry previously served as an RAF helicopter pilot for 10 years while Prince William served as a Search and Rescue Force pilot for the organization from 2010 to 2013.

Now that his father was recently appointed Colonel-in-Chief of the Army Air Corps, it’s likely only a matter of time before Prince George starts visiting his dad at work for some aviation-fueled hangouts.


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