Prince William issues apology and says 'sorry' after England reach Euro 2024 final

Prince William has apologised as he shared a surprising confession after England reached the Euro 2024 final. England will take on Spain in the final of Euro 2024 this Sunday in Berlin in Germany after defeating the Netherlands 2-1 on Wednesday night in Dortmund.

William, the Duke of Cambridge and Cornwall and Prince of Wales, has been seen in Germany celebrating as he deputised for the Royal Family. The Prince told guests at the events that he has "got a hoarse voice after last night".

The Prince of Wales was picture during a visit to 100 Barrington in Lambeth, London today. The Aston Villa fan, who is a dad-of-three, and married to Kate Middleton, spent more than an hour at an event in Brixton, marking one year of his Homewards project.

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The Prince urged guests at the event, who were drawn from the charity sector, local authorities, and those who have experienced homelessness, to use Homewards as their "resources and support" and asked them to think "creatively" in how the project can help.

In a speech, he acknowledged that "demonstrating that homelessness is not an inevitable part of our society will take time" but said that the progress made by Homewards in the first of its five years is a "powerful reminder to everyone of what can be achieved when we work together towards a shared goal".

"I've got a hoarse voice from last night!" the Prince said. "I have a little moment when I thought '…he might do this'!? I was willing him on when he came on. It was a hell of a goal." After being congratulated on the result, Wills laughed: "I didn't play last night, I can't take credit for it."

"So many people are doing brilliant work and have been doing it for years and years," he told them. "We want you to feel that this [Homewards] is a resource and support for you." He joked that establishing six areas had encouraged "a bit of competition", adding: "I love that because it does bring the best out of everyone."