NORWICH ENGLAND– Royal watchers who were at the Norwich City v Aston Villa match on Saturday were in for a treat, as Prince William was spotted at Norwich’s Carrow Road football ground with his wife the Duchess of Cambridge and their two oldest children, Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four. William looked smart in a blue shirt with matching V-neck sweater and Kate wore her hair in loose waves.
Charlotte sat on her mum’s knee, who appeared to be explaining the game to her daughter, while George was next to his dad, even rising to punch the air when celebrating Aston Villa’s fourth goal, scored by Conor Hourihane. The royals picked a great game, as the heir to the throne’s team Aston Villa established a great lead over their local club.
As President of the Football Association, William is unsurprisingly a huge football fan, even tweeting his approval of Liverpool’s victory over Barcelona in the Champion’s League semi-final this spring via the official Kensington Palace Twitter account, signing his tweet “W”. Along with his wife, The Duchess of Cambridge, he also launched the Heads Up campaign in August.
This initiative, which has the support of the Football Association, aims to encourage football fans, especially men, to talk about their mental health during the 2019/20 season.