Supported by Prince William and Princess Charlotte, England won the Women’s Football Euro

England won the Women’s Football Euro at home against the Germans, to the delight of the Federation’s President, Prince William. A few hours before the final match, Princess Charlotte joined her father in sending a message of encouragement to the players.

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Belated but very cute encouragement from Prince William and Princess Charlotte

The people most critical of the royal family have once again found a way to argue. The Duke of Cambridge is the president of the Football Association (FA), the English Football Association. As such, he often attends many important and decisive games. According to some, she prefers to show a lack of interest in the Women’s Football Euro, which is taking place in England. Throughout the competition, Prince William was content to comment on the championship with a simple emoji.

Criticized for his modest encouragement, usually too much when it comes to encouraging men, finally by sending a video on Sunday morning that Prince William got. Prince William was accompanied by his daughter, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. The video message of the 7-year-old princess will end the criticism.

We both want to wish the Lionesses the best of luck tonight. You have experienced a great journey throughout the competition, and we will support you until the end said Prince William. ” Good luck, hope you win, bye Princess Charlotte added with a small wave of her hand.

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge’s very cute cheering video hours before finally silenced critics (Image: Kensington Palace video screenshot)

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Prince William was very happy after England’s victory over Germany in the Women’s Euros

In the evening, some expected to see Prince William with Princess Charlotte at Wembley Stadium, where the final was played. For some time now, Prince William has been in the habit of attending major football matches with his eldest son, Prince George.

One would think that he would do the same with his daughter for the last women’s game, especially since Princess Charlotte is really a fan of football, a sport that she practices in a club as a goalkeeper. Prince George also had the right to accompany William and Catherine to Wembley Stadium during the last Euro men’s football final, where England competed against… Germany.

Prince William greets FA Vice-Chairman and UEFA Executive Committee member David Gill on arrival at Wembley (Photo: Nick Potts/PA Wire/ABACAPRESS.COM)

Prince William appeared tense until the 62nd minute, when Englishwoman Ella Toon finally opened the scoring, to the cheers of 80,000 completely delighted spectators. After Germany’s equalizer, with a goal from Lina Magull, the final match had the right to extra time. The second goal was scored by Chloe Kelly, which allowed the England team to win the final of the 2022 European Women’s Football Championship against Germany.

Prince William presented the cup to the England team players and then congratulated each player one by one (Image: Danny Lawson/PA Wire/ABACAPRESS.COM)

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At the end of the match, the Duke of Cambridge, as chairman of the FA, went to the field to present the European Cup to the England team and congratulate the players. “Sensational! An amazing win for the Lionesses »said Prince William after the final. “It is impossible for a country to be prouder, thanks to all of you. Fantastic to see history made tonight at Wembley, congratulations”

Nicholas Fontaine

Chief Editor

Nicolas Fontaine is a freelance web editor since 2014. After being a copywriter and author for many Belgian and French brands and media, he specializes in royalty news. Nicolas is now the editor-in-chief of Histoires royales. nicolas@historiesroyales.fr


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