The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took Prince George to Wembley this evening for his first taste of the highs and lows of supporting the England team.

The Prince, seven, looked as nervous as the rest of the country as he stood between his parents in the royal box for the national anthem ahead of the final-16 Euro 2021 clash with Germany. 

It was also the first time the Duchess, wearing a red Zara blazer, has joined her husband for an England game.

Dressed smartly in a blue suit and official England FA tie, Prince George took his seat in the stands and gazed around the stadium ahead of kick-off.

A huge football fan, he attended his first match with his sister, Princess Charlotte in October 2019, when they watched Norwich City vs Aston Villa at Carrow Road Stadium. 

Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George

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Prince George previously proved his love for football in 2019 on his sixth birthday when his mother photographed him in an England shirt

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He was photographed by the Duchess in an England shirt in July 2019 to mark his sixth birthday.

The Cambridges were pictured chatting to David Beckham ahead of the match.