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Prince William was ecstatic in the stands at Wembley as England saw off old foes Germany to progress to the quarter finals of Euro 2020.
The Duke of Cambridge was seen going wild alongside wife Kate Middleton after Raheem Sterling opened the scoring in the 75th minute and was equally excited 11 minutes later.
Eldest son Prince George, seven, was seen standing gobsmacked next to his dad as fans around the ground erupted into cheers.
Sitting alongside the likes of ex-footballer David Beckham and musician Ed Sheerhan, the royal trio were in good company for the game.
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Prince William couldn't hide his excitement as England took the lead
William was seen clapping and whispering to his little son throughout but all decorum went out the window when England took the lead after a nervy first 70-odd minutes.
Luke Shaw's cross along the face of Germany keeper Manuel Neuer's goal got fans off their seats as time seemed to stand still.
The Duke roared with excitement as Manchester City winger Sterling lashed it home.
William and George celebrate the England win
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Harry Kane then doubled the lead on 86 minutes.
William and George were seen all smiles after the final whistle.
England's path to major tournament success for the first time in 55 years has rarely been easier.
The undisputed high-water mark of the England men's team's history – the 1966 World Cup triumph – came against West Germany.
Prince William, alongside Kate and Prince George, were among a host of famous faces in the stands at Wembley
(Image: The FA via Getty Images)
England beating Germany will see them face either Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals with several of the tournament's favourites already eliminated.
Instead of an England shirt George was dressed in a smart navy blue jacket, shirt and tie, similar to his dad.
England fans go wild at Wembley as Raheem Sterling scores against Germany
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Kate wore a bright red blazer, paired with a white T-shirt and dark trousers for the occasion.
William had travelled back from Scotland for the late afternoon showdown, after visiting a shipyard to meet the team building HMS Glasgow earlier on Tuesday.
He is a football fan and last week he supported England as they defeated Czech Republic 1-0.
He is also President of the Football Association.