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Prince George Cannot Contain His Excitement As He Watches The Aston Villa Team Winning The Match - TASTE EVERY SEASON
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Prince George Cannot Contain His Excitement As He Watches The Aston Villa Team Winning The Match

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Prince George, the eldest son of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is an avid sports fan like his parents. While they are the patrons of many sports in Britain, Kate Middleton once revealed that Prince George received his tennis lessons from the maestro Rafael Nadal who shared a close friendship with the couple. Prince George’s official portrait clicked by his mommy Kate Middleton also showed the young prince wearing a football team supporting shirt in white. While the parents usually attend the big matches on their own, this year was special as little Prince George and sister Princess Charlotte got the opportunity to attend the match of Aston Villa with their parents.

The the highlight of the match was an enthusiastic Prince George cheering for his dad’s team as Prince William himself stood stressed and anxious for the team. The family watched the match at Norwich City at Carrow Road. Prince George could barely contain his excitement as Aston villa team went on to win the match by 5-1. The little prince could be seen jumping on his seat and throwing his hands up in the air with joy. Prince William and Kate Middleton also shared Prince George’s excitement on their social media account as soon as it started trending on social media.

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Prince George’s father Prince William often attends the matches of Aston Villa but it was the first time for his children. The Duke of Cambridge had earlier revealed that Prince George would love to attend the matches but he needed to ‘pass that by the missus.’ It is interesting that Prince George’s younger sister Princess Charlotte also loves football and was seen playing as her father and uncle Prince Harry played the polo match.  The team manager Dead Smith told BBC, ‘I’ll be getting them tickets for every game now if they need tickets because, you know, we got the result today. I’ll even put a call in and see if I can get them on the team coach next game.’ According to Dean Smith, the royals were the team’s lucky charm.

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