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Prince George football celebration: Real reason Prince William told George to calm down


Oct. 08, 2019

PRINCE GEORGE attended an Aston Villa vs Norwich City football match this weekend with his father Prince William, mother Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and sister Princess Charlotte. Prince William appeared to reprimand his son as Aston Villa scored.
Prince George recently emerged as an Aston Villa supporter, as he attended last weekend’s match against Norwich. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge escorted the young Prince for an off-duty day of fun at the Saturday match, which saw Aston Villa reign 5-1 over Norwich City. While there, however, Prince William seemingly reprimanded George as he celebrated one of the Birmingham side’s goals.
Prince William brought George to his first football game this weekend, accompanied by Kate Middleton and their daughter Princess Charlotte.
The family were sat in the Carrow Road stadium, alongside home fans in the south side stand.
The storming performance from Aston Villa naturally excited the six-year-old prince, who celebrated with glee at each goal.
His enthusiasm led Prince William to tell him to calm down, however, as he was likely mindful of the disappointed Norwich City fans surrounding them.
“I was looking around for clubs.”
“All my friends at school were either Man United fans or Chelsea fans and I didn’t want to follow the run of the mill teams.
“I wanted to have a team that was more mid-table that could give me more emotional rollercoaster moments.
“Aston Villa’s always had a great history.”
During the game, the Cambridge family was sat at the back row directly behind fans in the main stadium, but they moved after the first half.
One Norwich City fan told the William_Catherine82 Instagram fan account they moved to private boxes in the stadium for half-time celebrations.
They returned to their seats once again in the second half, where William was also spotted revelling in Aston Villa’s victory.
The family left five minutes before the end of play, likely to avoid large crowds.
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