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George Was Supposed At Wear An England Shirt To Wembley But Kate Wasnt Interested

The Duke of Cambridge wanted Prince George to attend the Euro 2020 final at Wembley in an England football shirt, but Kate Middleton reportedly “wasn’t keen.”

After meeting the Duchess of Cambridge at the tennis event last week, Marion Bartoli, a former French Wimbledon winner, provided some sartorial insights into the royal family.

“Yesterday I had an afternoon tea with the Duchess and it was very much a conversation [about] whether George will be permitted to wear the jersey tonight at Wembley or not,” she stated on BBC Radio 5 Live.

“William was for it, Kate wasn’t so keen, so we’ll see.” The seven-year-old prince has drawn attention for his formal suit and tie ensembles, which he wore to the Euro 2020 matches, and which he modeled after his father’s.

Prince George, who will turn eight on July 22, is a big supporter of England’s football team and was spotted wearing his jersey for his birthday photos in 2019.

Prince William was George’s “absolute hero,” according to Duncan Larcombe, former royal editor of The Sun, and the kid had “begged” his father to take him to the games.

He said, “OK!”

“William would never have typically taken George to a football match because it was an official outing in his job as President of the FA, but George begged and begged to be permitted to go.”

“Kate and William go to great lengths to avoid exposing their children to the cameras unnecessarily,” he continued, “but he pulled their arm finally.”

That’s why he was dressed so smartly in his suit – he really wanted to dress like William.” The story comes after Prince William condemned racist insults directed at black England players following Sunday’s Euro 2020 final against Italy.

After missing a penalty, Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, and Marcus Rashford have all faced racist abuse on social media.

The internet harassment was “absolutely inappropriate,” according to Prince William.

“I am sickened by the racist insults directed at England players following last night’s match,” he tweeted.

“It is completely outrageous that athletes have to put up with this heinous behavior.”

“No one should have to face racist abuse anywhere, and we don’t want it on Instagram,” a Facebook corporate spokeswoman said in response to the racial abuse that has proliferated online.

“Last night, we immediately removed comments and accounts aimed at England’s footballers, and we’ll continue to take action against individuals who break our rules,” the company said.

“In addition to our efforts to remove inappropriate content, we advise all players to enable Hidden Words, a feature that ensures no one sees abuse in their comments or direct messages.”

There is no quick remedy for this problem, but we are committed to keeping our community safe from abuse.”

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