While it’s confirmed that Prince William will be attending the final of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 this Sunday – likely with Prince George and Princess Charlotte – we don’t know how it’ll fit in the Duchess’ busy weekend.
Kate Middleton is set to join the Great Britain SailGP Team and participate in a yacht race off the coast of Plymouth on Sunday morning.
Even so, it’s likely the Duchess will forgo her previous plans and join her family at Wembley to support the Lionesses when they face off against Germany in the final.
Following the squad’s exhilarating win against Sweden on Tuesday night, Prince William quickly took to Twitter to express his support, tweeting: “Congratulations @Lionesses on making it to the #WEURO2022 final on Sunday. The entire country is so proud of everything you’re achieving. We believe in you and will be with you all the way! W.”
The Palace has not yet confirmed the attendance of Cambridge’s two eldest children, but William and Kate will likely opt to bring Prince George, and especially big Lioness supported, Princess Charlotte to the match on Sunday.
In a previous outing to St George’s Park with the England Women’s team this June, the Duke of Cambridge revealed that their daughter is a “budding future football player”.
Prince William even had a message from Charlotte to pass on to the team, which he chose to do when receiving three football shirts with the names of his three children on the back.
“Charlotte wanted me to tell you that she is really good at goals. She said ‘Please tell them that.’ She’s a budding star for the future,” shared William.
The Cambridge children have certainly taken after their father in their love for football – William is president of the Football Association and a big supporter of the Aston Villa football club.
George and Charlotte attended their first football match back in October 2019, seeing Aston Villa face off against Norwich City at Carrow Road Stadium.
Young Prince George even posed in his England shirt for his sixth birthday pictures the same year. In 2021, the then nine-year-old Prince attended many of the England games of the rescheduled Euros.