Kate and the Duke of Cambridge, both 39, who are also parents to Princess Charlotte, six, and Prince Louis, three, arrived alongside their seven-year-old at Wembley to watch the Euro 2020 last-16 clash.
The mother-of-three showed her support in the colours of the England strip as she sported a vibrant red £59.99 Zara blazer for the occasion alongside a white top.
Looking equally smart, William and George donned matching navy suits, shirts and ties. The family were spotted chatting to former footballer David Beckham and his son Romeo Beckham while waiting for the action to start, and singing sensation Ed Sheeran was also pictured behind the royals.
Red alert! The Duchess of Cambridge looked effortlessly elegant today when attending the England vs Germany football match alongside Prince William and their eldest son Prince George (pictured)
Putting on an animated display: The three grinning royals celebrate and cheer after the England team wins the match against Germany this evening
Sharing the moment: The Duchess of Cambridge eagerly leans towards her eldest son and her husband as they celebrate the match, with England scoring twice
Three cheers for the Three Lions! Kate looked radiant as she applauded the England team for their outstanding performance this evening
Happy family: The Cambridges couldn’t keep the smiles off their faces during the game, with Prince William leaning down to chat with his eldest son
Smiles all round: Everyone in Wembley’s corporate box looked delighted as England took the lead in the match against Germany at Wembley stadium
Famous faces: The family were spotted chatting to former footballer David Beckham (pictured left speaking with Prince George) and his son Romeo Beckham
Beyond excited: The three royal family members appeared in great spirits as they watched the Three Lions triumph on the pitch
Having a ball: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son George seemed to be having a great time at the match
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are cheering on England as they take on Germany at Wembley stadium this evening, and they’re joined by a very smart little Prince George!
Rather appropriately, Kate rocked some red for the occasion, wearing this smart tweed blazer from her go-to high street store, Zara. Add in a pair of pearl earrings by Simone Rocha and it’s a suitably stylish look.
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For tonight’s game, Kate’s stylish ensemble consisted of a textured double-breasted blazer from one of the royal’s favourite High Street brands, Zara. The long sleeve jacket boasts a lapel collar, pronounced shoulders and front flap pockets, alongside glitzy golden buttons.
She teamed the statement garment with a white top and black trousers, while sporting eye-catching pearl drop earrings for £225 from Simone Rocha. The mother-of-three finished her fashionable look with a smattering of glamorous makeup and kept her hair in bouncy curled locks.
Dressed in a smart suit and sporting a striped tie similar to his father’s, with his hair neatly parted at one side, it was a big moment for the young royal who only steps into the spotlight with his parents on select occasions.
George, who is a football fan like his father, was the only one of the three Cambridge children to come to the game, with his sister Princess Charlotte, six, and brother Prince Louis, three, staying at home.
The young prince amused fans when he mumbled shyly while the stadium joined together with the players to sing God Save the Queen, as some pointed out the song was about his great-grandmother.
Radiant: Mother-of-three Kate (pictured) sported a vibrant red £59.99 Zara blazer, while William and George donned matching suits
Family affair! Kate and the Duke of Cambridge, both 39, arrived alongside their seven-year-old at Wembley to watch the Euro 2020 last-16 clash (pictured)
Commanding attention: For tonight’s game, Kate’s stylish ensemble consisted of a textured double-breasted blazer from one of the royal’s favourite High Street brands, Zara
A round of applause: The Duchess of Cambridge and her family erupt in cheers as they joined others in Wembley’s corporate box to support the team
All lined up: Prince William leans down to chat with his son Prince George as they applaud prior to the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Round of 16 match between England and Germany
George couldn’t hide his impatience for the game to start ahead of the Wembley clash, and didn’t seem too sure about the lyrics of the song celebrating the Queen.
The Cambridges’ son looked away while his parents sang the national anthem, perhaps feeling a bit shy about singing with all eyes on him.
Some royal fans dubbed his attitude ‘relatable,’ as the nation prepared to watch the Three Lions in action. ‘Prince George is so relatable,’ one fan joked. ‘”Not that song about granny again!”,’ another said. ‘Bless him,’ wrote one with a laughing emoji.
George attended his first live game with his father to watch Aston Villa against Norwich City in October 2019.
Looking picture perfect: Kate showcased her fashion prowess once again in the red statement garment, which she teamed with an elegant set of earrings
Looking good: The Duchess of Cambridge’s long sleeve jacket boasts a lapel collar, pronounced shoulders and front flap pockets, alongside glitzy golden buttons
Taking it seriously: As the game went on, Prince George put on an animated display during close calls with the German team
Reaction: Royal fans found young Prince George’s attitude during the anthem amusing and said he was ‘so relatable’
Around 45,000 fans have been allowed into the stadium to watch Gareth Southgate’s squad battle the Germans for a place in the quarter-finals. Millions more are expected to head to their local – with some even hitting the boozers from as early as 7am this morning.
England v Germany 2021: The latest clash in one of international football’s most intense rivalries
The historic fixture, one of international football’s most intense rivalries, saw the sides meet in the 1996 World Cup final at Wembley.
In the 1970 World Cup, it was West Germany that put an end to England’s campaign in extra time.
Germany knocked England out of the World Cup in 1990 and Euro 1996 on penalties in the semi final stages.
In the Wembley clash 25 years ago, current manager Southgate missed a penalty that saw England crash out of the tournament they were hosting.
England crashed out of the World Cup 2010 to the Germans in a humiliating 4-1 defeat, the last time the sides met at a major tournament.
Today, both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer urged employers to authorise an early finish for workers ahead of the blockbuster and scores of people have taken to social media to express their joy at the swift getaway.
One supporter tweeted: ‘Finished work early, straight home, shower, get me England shirt on, straight to the pub.’ Another added: ‘Work letting me finish early to watch England? Might get the cans out.’
Tonight’s match is one of the most anticipated in recent memory, with fan parks sold out and more than five million pints expected to be bought.
The Three Lions have been uninspiring but effective en route to the last-16, claiming seven points from nine in Group D with two wins and a draw, which saw England net just twice, though conceding none.
In Germany, they face their first major test of the tournament. Joachim Low’s side squeezed through Group F eventually finishing as runners-up behind France, who are now out after their defeat to Switzerland on Monday night.
England and Germany are certainly no strangers in cup competition. The Three Lions claimed their one and only World Cup triumph with victory over tonight’s opponents in 1966, thanks to Geoff Hurst’s historic hat-trick.
There was also the Frank Lampard goal that never was as Germany knocked England out of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Southgate, in particular, will also remember missing the crucial penalty as Germany beat England in the Euro ’96 semi-final, before going on to win the tournament.
Earlier today, Prince William – known as the Earl of Strathearn when in Scotland- visited the BAE Systems yard in Govan, Glasgow, to meet the team building HMS Glasgow on the banks of the River Clyde.
He revealed his ‘delighted’ wife Kate has been appointed the sponsor of HMS Glasgow – after saying his late grandfather Prince Philip would have been ‘excited and fascinated’ by the skills on display at a shipyard.
All about the details: Kate (pictured right) teamed the statement garment with a white top and black trousers, while sporting eye-catching pearl drop earrings
Stylish: The mother-of-three (pictured sitting next to her son George) finished her fashionable look with a smattering of glamorous makeup and kept her hair in bouncy curled locks
All smiles: Kate can’t help but beam as she arrives at Wembley Stadium in London ahead of the Euro 2020 match between England and Germany
Prince William, President of the Football Association, along with the Duchess of Cambridge with Prince George during the UEFA Euro 2020 match
He also announced that the Duchess of Cambridge has become the sponsor of the Royal Navy frigate and will officially name her after the Queen approved her appointment to the role.
The royal said: ‘Her Majesty the Queen has approved the appointment of my wife Catherine as sponsor of the superb ship we see taking shape outside – HMS Glasgow. I know that Catherine will be delighted to join you here in Glasgow for the naming ceremony in due course.’
He added: ‘My family’s affection for the Royal Navy is well known, and, as I saw the work taking place here today, I was thinking of my grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh. He would have been fascinated and excited to see such advances in skills and technology being put into practice.’
Philip served with the Royal Navy during the Second World War, had a long association with the service after leaving, and also had a passion for engineering.
Doting father Prince William pointed his son’s attention to the players during the game as a beaming George seemed engrossed in the Germany vs England confrontation
Singer Ed Sheeran, who’s just released a new single, joined the royal family in Wembley’s corporate box, wearing a Three Lions t-shirt – for his sixth birthday in 2019, George was photographed by his mother Kate in a similar jersey
Like father like son! Football fan William seemed focused as he followed the intense game, with George’s eyes also glued to the pitch
Doting father William put a protective hand on his son ahead of the game as the royals prepared to sit down to enjoy the show, pictured