Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended their first Premier League football game yesterday as they follow in their dad’s footsteps by supporting Aston Villa.
The royal family were all smiles at Carrow Road, home to yesterday’s opponents, Norwich City.Although there was no sign of 17-month-old Prince Louis, the other royal children put on an excited display as they giggled throughout the match.
The family had plenty of reason to smile as the visitors defeated Norwich 5-1, with Prince George punching the air at one point after the Birmingham club scored a goal.
Six-year-old George wore a Villa T-shirt to the match he attended with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Via their official club Twitter feed, Aston Villa said: “You know how to pick your games, Your Royal Highness.”
It came a day after Prince William’s younger brother, the Duke of Sussex, announced he was suing The Sun and Daily Mirror for alleged phone-hacking.
It is believed the case relates to the 2000s when the 35-year-old prince was in his early 20s.
The news came after his wife Meghan launched legal action against the Mail on Sunday over the publication of a letter to her estranged father. The newspaper said it plans to contest the claims.
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