Prince William attends FA Cup final with George

Prince William attends FA Cup final with George

Prince William and Prince George look excited as they watch the fierce clash between local rivals Man City and Man Utd.

Prince William and Prince George attended the FA Cup final on Saturday.

The Prince of Wales entered the field to applause from the crowd after the two teams lined up before the match. He shook hands with the finalists at a packed Wembley Stadium during the clash between Man City and Man Utd.

The heir to the throne also spoke with English star and Manchester City captain Kyle Walker.

In April, William and George attended Villa’s 2-1 victory against Lille in the first leg of their Europa Conference League quarter-final. This was his first public appearance since Kate’s cancer announcement in March.

William, president of the Football Association, looked emotional as he watched the fierce clash with his son Prince George between local rivals Manchester United and Manchester City from the royal box.

William’s attendance at the match in northwest London in front of 90,000 fans was confirmed by palace officials on Friday.

William and George’s appearance left fans delighted, as the father-son duo stole the show with their stunning presence amid Kate’s health battle.

It comes after Buckingham Palace revealed on Wednesday that it had postponed engagements “which may appear to divert attention or distract from the election campaign” after Rishi Sunak called a surprise summer general election for July 4.

William’s previous appearances in the FA Cup have not all been so quiet: in 2022, he was booed by thousands of fans before the match between Liverpool and Chelsea.