Prince George made a very rare public appearance again with his mom and dad at tonight’s Euro 2020 final soccer match between England and Italy. Once again, George wore a sharp little suit that matched his dad Prince William’s. Kate Middleton, fresh off her Wimbledon engagement this afternoon, changed into a white tee, white blazer, dark pants, and big red Blaiz earrings as a bold, go Team England accent.
George appeared between his parents in the stand, cheering and sticking his tongue out at one point. George is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s oldest child and will be eight on July 22.
Kate had another standout fashion moment earlier in the day at the Wimbledon men’s singles final match. She wore a pastel pink belted Beulah dress with her hair down in waves.
Her weekend events come after the Duchess self-isolated this past week due to COVID-19 exposure. She began her quarantine last Friday after she was alerted about that contact. A spokesperson for Kensington Palace told CNN with the announcement that “Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home.” A source additionally told CNN that Kate had received both doses of her COVID-19 shot.
Kate revealed she received her first dose on May 29. She wrote in her Instagram’s caption, “Yesterday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at London’s Science Museum. I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout—thank you for everything you are doing.”
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George doesn’t come out often with his parents. Kate and William have kept most of their seven-year-old son’s day-to-day life private. But on July 21, it’s likely the couple will share new photos of George like they have during previous years to mark his birthday.
Last year, George’s godmother Julia Samuel, his late grandmother Princess Diana’s best friend, spoke on a podcast a little about what George is like at age 7.
“He is amazing,” she said. “He’s funny and feisty and cheeky and God, [Diana] would have loved him so much.”
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