Watch: Prince George reacts to England’s defeat at Euro 2020 final
Prince George was comforted by his mother and father as he forlornly watched England losing the Euro 2020 to Italy on penalties.
The young prince, seven, had been allowed to attend the historic match on Sunday with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, despite it being an 8pm kick-off.
He looked thrilled with the opening goal from Luke Shaw, and was spotted laughing and celebrating alongside William, who had jumped out of his seat and then embraced his oldest son.
George then turned to his mum who also gave him a hug after the opener.
But the schoolboy's celebrations turned to sadness, along with the rest of England, as the team were unable to do enough to lift the trophy.
Kate could be seen stroking George's hair as he gazed mournfully over the side of the box and onto the pitch.
The three Cambridges stood together after the match with William's hands on George's shoulders.
Many noted that Prince George's face was representative of how the nation was feeling as the hope of winning the trophy was ripped away.
Earlier in the evening George had looked much more relaxed than during his first Wembley trip, and was spotted singing the national anthem as he sat in between his parents.
After the first goal, the BBC's Dan Walker tweeted: "Prince George LOVED it."
Capital DJ James Hall tweeted: "Seeing the connection between Prince William and Prince George watching the game/celebrating together has made the Euros for me."
But George's downcast face was described as a "whole mood" by many on Twitter as Gareth Southgate's side lost on penalties.
George, who goes to school at Thomas's Battersea, was wearing a suit for the match, as he did when he attended England v Germany with the duke and duchess.
While the formal outfit surprised some people, former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli revealed that during an afternoon tea with Kate, she found out there had been some debate over what the schoolboy should wear.
Bartoli said on Radio 5 Live on Sunday: "Yesterday I had an afternoon tea with the duchess and it was very much a discussion whether George will be allowed to wear the jersey tonight at Wembley or not.
"William was for it, Kate not so keen, so we'll see."
After the match, William sent a personal message, saying: "Heartbreaking. Congratulations @Azzurri on a great victory.
"@England, you’ve all come so far, but sadly this time it wasn’t our day. You can all hold your heads high, and be so proud of yourselves — I know there’s more to come. W."
Southgate revealed William spoke to the team as well, offering them "fulsome praise".
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