Prince William Arrives Solo to Cheer on England at Euros

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Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Prince William arrived in Düsseldorf on Saturday without his family to support the England national team as they edged Switzerland out of the competition.

Prince William, who cheered on England’s Three Lions last week, when they narrowly defeated Slovakia 2-1, was back in Germany for the quarter-finals.

The English team opened the game singing “God Save the King,” with Prince William, who is also the President of the English Football Association, joining in.

Prince William

Prince William

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Prince William was spotted without wife Kate Middleton hanging out with Denmark’s King Frederik X, according to the Daily Mail.

The game was the 100th game in charge for England manager Gareth Southgate, whose team went through on penalties against a well organized Swiss team, having drawn 1-1 after extra time.

The prince had hyped up the England team following their victory against Slovakia last week, commenting on X, “Emotional rollercoaster! Let’s go England! Quarter finals here we come!”

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