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Prince William and Kate Middleton have been spotted in the crowd watching the England vs Germany match at Wembley stadium in London.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are around the fans cheering on the team and it is the first time the couple have attended the game together.

They also brought their son Prince George, seven, with them.

The royal youngster, dressed in a smart navy blue jacket, shirt and tie, joined his parents and stood between them as they sang the national anthem ahead of kick-off.

Kate wore a bright red blazer, paired with a white T-shirt and dark trousers for the occasion.

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

William, Kate and their son George during the national anthem

Kate and William are watching the match tonight
(Image: Pool via REUTERS)

William is a football fan and last week he supported England as they defeated Czech Republic 1-0.

The Duke of Cambridge is also President of the Football Association.

England fans have been gathering around the country, cheering and singing in support of England manager Gareth Southgate and his team.

Kate pictured ahead of the match at Wembley Stadium
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Kate and William were seen talking to David Beckham before the match
(Image: Pool via REUTERS)

Some supporters, eager to soak up the atmosphere inside the ground, took their seats at the stadium more than two hours before the match started.

Fans also flooded pubs around the country ahead of the 5pm kick-off.

Supporters also gathered in Trafalgar Square in London, standing up proudly to sing God Save The Queen.

Some held their hands to their chest while others stood up with their arms in the air.

As kick-off began, they all cheered and then went silent moments later.

Players stand on the pitch ahead of the match
(Image: POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

It is the first time that Prince George has attended an event in 2021.

Two years ago, Kate and William's eldest son, who turns eight next month, was spotted kicking a football with little sister Charlotte at a charity polo match dad William and uncle Harry took part in.

And his dad William told comedian Frank Skinner that since the World Cup, George listened to the Three Lions football anthem every morning when he woke up.