Prince Harry keeps his cards close to his chest when it comes to the football team that he supports.
His grandmother, Queen Elizabeth is reportedly a secret Arsenal fan and was due to open their Emirates Stadium in 2006 until she was ruled out with a back spasm.
Growing up, Harry excelled at sport at school and was a house games captain at Eton.
But he has kept quiet about his allegiance to one specific club and is mostly seen at England games or cup finals.
Prince William, on the other hand, is a self-confessed Aston Villa supporter and current President of the Football Association.
Harry even risked the wrath of football fans across the nation by scheduling his wedding to Meghan Markle for the same day as the 2018 FA Cup final.
Although many speculated the couple set their wedding time for 12pm so that guests would still be able to watch the big match, which kicked off at 5.15pm.
But when it comes to his footballing allegiance it seems that the flame-haired heir to the throne does indeed follow in the Queen’s footsteps.
He was heard saying “most of the royal family are Arsenal fans” when conducting charity work in New Zealand a few years ago.
Labour leader and Arsenal supporter Jeremy Corbyn had previously revealed that Her Majesty was indeed a Gooner.
“Now, we know the Queen is absolutely above politics,” he said.
“She may be above football, too, but many locals harbour this quite secret view that she’s actually, privately, a Gooner.”
Former Arsenal playmaker Cesc Fabregas also disclosed that she told him she was ‘a fan’ during a Buckingham Palace reception.
Arsenal demolished Standard Liege 4-0 in the Europa League on Thursday and take on Bournemouth at the Emirates later today (2pm).
Whether any of the Royal family will be in attendance seems doubtful but a win could see the Gunners jump to third in the Premier League table.