Prince William, Duchess Kate and Prince George honor each other at the Unofficial Rugby Championship. What makes it special: George is now training himself in sports. But as revealed on the site, he never treated his mother well.
England and Wales face off in London on Saturday in the Sixth Nations tie, the unofficial European Championship. Prince William (39), wife Duchess Kate (40) and son George Prince (8) were at Tickenham Stadium in London for the traditional rugby tournament featuring England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France and Italy. “This is a big game,” said Prince William According to Mail Online.
Rugby is a family affair
A special match has arisen between Prince William and the Duchess of Kate, because: Prince William has been the patron of the Welsh Rugby Union since 2016, but it was Duchess Kate’s first game since he recently became the patron of the English Rugby Union. When asked about the family rival, Prince William said: “This is a big deal for them. I’m trying to stay out of it.”
British newspapers naturally asked the young prince if he had crossed his fingers for his father’s or mother’s team. But he just shrugged. It seems more fun to play rugby for royal children. When he told reporters he was learning to tackle at school, he turned to his mother and said, “I haven’t tackled you yet.” “Of course you did!” The Duchess replied, laughing at the press.
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