England-Denmark in royal sauce: three heirs to the throne in the stands (unleashed)

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England-Denmark, the football match that at Wembley decided the team that will challenge Italy on Sunday 11 July in the Euro 2020 final, was also a “real” question: in the stands of honor, cheering for their team of the heart, also three future heirs to the throne: William of England, impassive even after the end of extra time, which gave the victory to the home team, and a more informal Frederik of Denmark, who attended the meeting with his wife Mary, and to the eldest son Christian.

Prince William before the start of the England-Denmark match (Photo by Catherine Ivill / POOL / AFP) (Photo by CATHERINE IVILL / POOL / AFP via Getty Images)

The only absent, justified by the isolation she was forced to after coming into contact with a positive person for Covid-19, Kate Middleton who could return to the stands for the final against the blue team.

Mary, Christian and Frederik of Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday 7 July (© Getty Images)

Both families are big fans of football. At home Cambridge, Aston Villa is cheered on, but when the national team takes the field, it’s a whole different story, even prince George showed up at the stadium, on the occasion of England-Germany, last June 28th. The Danes are no less: Prince Frederik has followed several matches of Euro 2020 from home and live: the last one was Denmark-Belgium, together with his son and two eldest grandchildren, Nikolai and Felix, sons of brother Joachim and ex-sister-in-law Alexandra.

«Thanks to our national team for the fantastic European championship. Even though the party ends now (for the time being) we are all proud of the amazing performance we have witnessed. Thank you for having talked with your heart and given everything », the message of thanks to the team shared via social media.

The Cambridge, on the other hand, have relaunched the hashtag that is becoming popular among the British: “itscominghome”, that is “Football is coming home”, phrase of the hymn Three Lions, written in 1996 by the duo David Baddiel and Frank Skinner to music by Lightning Seeds and Ian Broudie.

If he will really return home, obviously, it will depend on Roberto Mancini’s national team.

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