Prince George Joins Dad Prince William to Watch Wales Triumph at Rugby World Cup Quarter Final

Prince George Cheers on Wales at Rugby World Cup Quarter Final

Prince George, the 10-year-old royal, attended the Rugby World Cup quarter-final match between Wales and Argentina in France.

Accompanied by his father, Prince William, the young prince showed his support for the Welsh team. This outing marked George’s first experience of watching an international sporting event overseas.

While his mother, the Princess of Wales, supports the England rugby team as the patron of the Rugby Football Union, George made his loyalties clear by attending the Wales game.

George, a future Prince of Wales, arrived with his father, who is the patron of the Welsh Rugby Union. Both father and son were dressed in matching navy suits and red ties, symbolizing their support for the Welsh side.

Last year, during the Six Nations match between England and Wales, young George was undecided about which team to support. When asked about his preference, he shrugged and smiled at Prince William, who humorously remarked that it had become a household debate, with Kate showing a keen interest in the sport.

George, who plays rugby at school, described how he was learning to tackle and cheekily mentioned that he hadn’t tackled his mother yet. Kate confirmed that George, along with his siblings Charlotte and Louis, was enjoying rugby, with Louis adopting an enthusiastic and fearless playing style.

The Prince of Wales, also a patron of the Football Association, was previously criticized for not attending the Women’s World Cup final when England faced Spain in Sydney. Meanwhile, Kate is set to watch England’s quarter-final match against Fiji in Marseille.

Wales performed impressively in the Rugby World Cup, finishing at the top of their pool without a loss, including a dominant victory over Australia. This recent event marked a significant moment for young Prince George, showing his budding interest in the world of sports.

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Playful Radio Interview

In a recent radio interview on BBC Radio 1’s Going Home show, Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Prince and Princess of Wales, shared some playful moments.

When asked about their most frequently used emojis, William jokingly mentioned the aubergine emoji, which is often associated with a suggestive meaning.

However, he humorously noted that he had been advised not to choose that emoji, so he opted for another with eyes that go up and down and a moving mouth.

Kate, in response, revealed that her preferred emojis were the heart emoji and the crying emoji, especially when things go wrong. The hosts of the show, Jordan North and Vick Hope, expressed their surprise and amusement at William’s response.

Jordan said, “He said the aubergine emoji, this is brilliant,” while Vick playfully commented, “He knows. He’s got a dirty mind.”

The conversation then turned to the couple’s dinner plans, with William admitting he can’t handle too much spice. He mentioned that he starts sweating, which he finds unattractive.

Kate, on the other hand, enjoys spicy food, so she typically adds extra spice at the end of cooking to suit her taste. William quipped, “[Kate] has to bring it in gently because otherwise I get too sweaty. It’s not a nice sight.”

This lighthearted exchange occurred as part of the royal couple’s participation in a forum called “Exploring our Emotional Worlds” in Birmingham, marking World Mental Health Day.

Prince George’s rugby outing and the playful interview provide glimpses into the more personal and playful sides of the royal family.

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