Prince William, Duchess Kate and Prince George honored each other at the unofficial Rugby Championship. What’s special: George is currently taking training for the game diligently himself. But he had never compromised with his mother, as she stated on the site.
England and Wales met in London on Saturday in a Six Nations tie, the unofficial European Championship. Prince William (39), his wife Duchess Kate (40) and son Prince George (8) were also at Tickenham Stadium in London in the traditional rugby tournament in which England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France and Italy participate. “It’s a big game,” said Prince William according to mail online,
Rugby is a family affair
A certain rivalry has arisen between Prince William and Duchess Kate, because: while Prince William has been a patron of Welsh rugby union since 2016, it was Duchess Kate’s first game since she recently became a patron of English rugby union. Asked about the family competition, Prince William said: “It’s a big deal for him. I’m trying to stay out of it.”
The British press naturally asked the young prince whether he had his fingers crossed for his father’s or his mother’s team. But he just shrugged his shoulders. The royals seem to have more fun playing rugby themselves. When he told the press that he was learning to deal in school, he turned to his mother and said, “I haven’t dealt with you yet.” “Of course you did!” Laughing with the press, the Duchess replied.
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