Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the Euro 2020 final at Wembley with their eldest son Prince George on Sunday evening. Royal expert Natalie Oliveri discussed how the royals wore colours in support of the England football team but noted that their outfits sparked an “argument” between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Speaking to Today Extra, Ms Oliveri said: “We saw Prince George there, he is seven years old, cheering on with absolute joy when England scored the first goal and really set the scene for the evening.
“Prince William and his son were clearly very happy to be there in the stands. They were wearing matching ties in the colours of the Three Lions team.
“Also the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a beautiful white blazer and red earrings also in the colours of the English flag.
“George was wearing a lovely little navy suit. Apparently, there was a bit of a discussion between William and Kate over whether their son should wear the England jersey.
“Kate apparently won that argument and her son wore the suit to the game.”
England’s hopes for Euro 2020 glory got off to a flying start with a goal just two minutes into the match, with Prince George among the ecstatic fans cheering the Three Lions at Wembley.
Roars reverberated around the London stadium as Luke Shaw hit the back of the net shortly after kick-off in the historic game.
The Duke and Duchess of…