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Prince George Tucks Into Pizza As He Joins Dad William For A Day Of Cricket At The Ashes

Prince George tucked into pizza as he watched the second Ashes test match at Lord’s with dad William.

The future King, nine, enjoyed the cricket from a box during day four with the Prince of Wales and the Chairman of the ECB Richard Thompson. Grinning George looked suitably handsome in a navy blazer and check shirt as he was given a replica of the Ashes Urn.

Meanwhile his father, 41, was equally cheerful as he chatted away with Mr Thompson in a light blue blazer, unbuttoned shirt and stylish sunglasses.

Prince George Tucks Into Pizza As He Joins Dad William For A Day Of Cricket At The Ashes

The sports-loving duo looked the spitting image of each other as they sipped on the same drink at one point.

The young royal also seemed to pull similar faces as the father-of-three and they both appeared uniformly enthralled by the action.

One fan took to Twitter to say: “Seriously, these two mirror each other.”

Another added: “Like father like son.”

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also joined the royals in London while the eldest son chomped on a slice of pizza.

The Princess of Wales, 41, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, were not in attendance.

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Prince George witnessed England battle back from the brink with three important wickets. After taking control on day three, Australia had the chance to bat the home side out of the game, resuming 221 ahead with eight wickets in hand.

But England’s seamers scrapped away valiantly, taking out Usman Khawaja,¬†Steve Smith¬†and Travis Head to keep themselves just about in the hunt.Australia will still feel well on top, leading by 313 at lunch as they moved from 130 for two to 222 for five.

Prince George Tucks Into Pizza As He Joins Dad William For A Day Of Cricket At The Ashes

England already require the second highest chase at the home of cricket, but England have made a habit of hunting formidable targets in the ‘Bazball’ era.

It comes after Jonny Bairstow carted eco-activist Daniel Knorr, 21, off the pitch on Wednesday.

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