Prince William in high spirits as he supports England at Euros semi-final match

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Prince William was showing incredible excitement for England during the Wembley semi-final against Denmark.

The Duke of Cambridge, who was supporting his country as the President of the Football Association, could be seen clapping from the stands.

William, 39, who is a huge football fan himself, spoke to other officials and and VIPs in the lead up and during the tense game.

He wore a black suit, crisp white shirt and a striped purple and navy tie for the event.


Also in the stands only a few seats away from the royal, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Symonds were cheering on England too.

Boris went all out in a white official England T-shirt in support, and was grinning and gesturing with his arms during the nail biting match.

While Carrie wore a blue buttoned jacket and black high-necked top underneath.


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The mum-of-one teamed her outfit with matching trousers and a gold coin necklace.

Her blonde tresses were perfectly blowdried for the event as always.

One row behind, David Beckham took his regular spot supporting England.

Fellow footballer Alex Scott could also be seen laughing and cheering when the team managed an equaliser against their opposition.

The last time Prince William was seen in the stadium’s stands was during England's match against Germany.

William was a proud dad as he shared the experience with his eldest son George, seven.

The young prince looked adorable as he swapped his usual shorts for trousers, which traditionally, royal boys don't start wearing until they are around eight years old.

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was also in attendance the last time William attended the stadium, but on this occasion she remained at home.

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