- The Royal Family sent a video message of support to the Lionesses of England ahead of Sunday’s Euro 2020 final.
- Prince William is chairman of English football’s governing body, the Football Association.
- His daughter Charlotte, 7, is also a “budding star” in football, according to her father.
Prince William and Princess Charlotte are backing their side, the Royal Family have sent a video message of support to the England women’s football team, nicknamed ‘The Lionesses’, ahead of their Euro 2020 final game against England Germany on Sunday.
“We both want to wish the lionesses good luck tonight, you guys were incredibly good in the competition and we’ve got your back until the end!” Willam said before Charlotte added “Good luck!” I hope you win. Goodbye!’
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 31, 2022
“Good luck tonight @Lionesses, we’ve got your back!” read the caption.
William, 40, is the chairman of English football’s governing body, the Football Association, and frequently takes part in matches, most recently alongside Prince George, 9, and Kate Middleton, 40, for matches men’s Euro 2020 last summer.
Charlotte, 7, is also a “budding star” in football, according to her father, and has previously accompanied her family to games involving William’s favorite team Aston Villa.
When Prince William joined the Lionesses for training last month, he also gave them a note from his daughter.
“Charlotte wants me to let you know she’s exceptionally good at goal,” William added.
“’Please tell them,’ she insisted. He’s a rising star of the future.
Prince William would have returned from vacation with special gifts for his children: personalized jerseys with their ages as numbers!
Prince William praised the Lionesses on Twitter earlier this week after beating Sweden 4-0 to clinch a place in the Euro 2020 final.