Prince George enjoyed a nail-biting day out with his father the Prince of Wales to watch Aston Villa’s win against Nottingham Forest.
The nine-year-old football mad future king was seen in the stands with William and Villa chief executive Christian Purslow at Villa Park in Birmingham on Saturday.
The first half remained goalless after 45 minutes, but George was ecstatic when Bertrand Traore scored for Villa three minutes into the second half.
A last-minute goal in extra time from Ollie Watkins saw Villa land a 2-0 win, moving the team into the Premier League’s top six.
Young Aston Villa fan George is set for a key role at his grandfather the King’s coronation next month, when he serves as one of eight Pages of Honour during the ceremony.
Five seats along from George in the stands was England manager Gareth Southgate.
He was also there to see their devastating loss in the final to Italy on penalties.
The Wales family all support Aston Villa.