Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the England vs. Wales Six Nations game at Twickenham Stadium in Saturday, February 26, where they brought along a special guest: their eldest child, Prince George, 8.
Royal reporter Roya Nikkhah was at the game when she saw the trio together. "The Duchess of Cambridge says George is practising his rugby tackling on her and Louis 'loves the kit' and has started taking his referee whistle to nursery. William says the sporting rivalry has become 'quite the thing in the house' but he’s 'trying to stay out of it.' 🏴🏴🏉👑," she wrote via Twitter.
In the photos, the brunette beauty, 40, wore a gray jacket, while George sported a black and red puffer coat with dark pants.
William, 39, and Kate were rooting for two different teams while at the match. "Prince George has joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Twickenham to watch the England 🏴 vs Wales 🏴 #SixNations match. William is Patron of @WelshRugbyUnion and Kate is the new Patron of the @RFU - wonder which team George is supporting 🏉 ," one person wrote, while another added, "William and Kate have brought Prince George along to referee them as England take on Wales in the #SixNations shortly! Kate is the new patron of @EnglandRugby, while William is patron of @WelshRugbyUnion. Good to seen George in red 🏴🏉"
Earlier this month, it was announced that Kate is the new Patron of the Rugby Football League and Rugby Football Union — a sport that her tots — George, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3 — are all interested in as well.
“Now that there is a move towards co-ed sport, so it’s not just girls playing netball, but other sports like rugby, which is great," she said. "They’re all enjoying it, Louis is kamikaze, we’re worrying about when he gets older, he’ll be in the middle of everything.”