Prince William Repeats Last Week’s Surprise Outing—But Where Were George and Kate?

Prince William is back at one of his favorite places: on the sidelines of Wembley Stadium for a football (soccer to us Americans) match.

On Wednesday evening, the Duke of Cambridge attended the semi-final Euros match between England and Denmark. The event marked his second time attending a game in two weeks. Unfortunately, due to her recent exposure to COVID-19, Kate Middleton was unable to attend alongside her husband like last time. Prince George also didn’t make an appearance.

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ICYMI: Last Tuesday, the 39-year-old and his family arrived at Wembley Stadium and greeted David Beckham before settling into their seats, where they sang along to the national anthem. This time around, Beckham sat a few rows behind the duke.


But Prince William wasn’t the only royal in attendance last night. In fact, Prince Frederik and Princess Mary of Denmark traveled to the U.K. to cheer on their country’s team. Unlike Will, the Danish couple brought along their eldest child, 15-year-old son Prince Christian.

While William’s father, Prince Charles, wasn’t at the match, he and Camilla Parker Bowles showed their support earlier in the day. Prior to the event, the Prince of Wales requested the Coldstream Guards play two sports anthems—Three Lions and Sweet Caroline—outside Clarence House to show support for the team.

“Best of luck to the #ThreeLions in your semi-final Euros match tonight! @England #ItsComingHome,” the couple captioned a clip of the concert on IG. They simply signed the note, “From The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.” And it looks like the British royal family’s support worked, because England beat Denmark 2 to 1.

Congrats team! We hope to see William at the finals.

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