Prince William visits a football center to mark a special occasion
The Prince of Wales, who is 40, took to St George’s Park on Wednesday to celebrate his 10th anniversary as the home of English football (or soccer, as the Brits say).
William talks to para-footballers, young players and athletes at this year’s Street Child World Championships for the opportunities they have had through sports in St. George’s Park, which has been home to the national senior men’s, women’s, junior and development teams since 2012. In addition, the facility has helped support local football activities to help the English football community grow.
Prince William is president of the Football Association, which is responsible for English football. He often goes to matches, such as when he took his 9-year-old son Prince George and his 40-year-old wife Kate Middleton to the men’s Euro 2020 matches last summer.
This summer, when Prince William went to see the England women’s soccer team, it turned out that his 7-year-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, also likes soccer. “Charlotte wanted to tell you that she’s really good in goal,” the royal told the team, according to Hello!
She said, “Please tell them that.” She is a rising star for the future.” Prince William then asked Princess Charlotte to send a good luck video message to the Lionesses before their final match against Germany at Euro 2020. It worked. England won the tournament and William was there to help them present the trophy.
While Prince William was catching up with the soccer team, Kate went to Surrey Royal Infirmary to see the maternity ward. In recent years, much of Princess Kate’s royal work has involved helping young children grow and learn. This is because she is a mother of three and has learned a lot from her own children.
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