Prince George has had a very special royal outing with his mum and dad.
The little royal, who is a known football fanatic, was at Wembley Stadium in London on Tuesday afternoon to cheer on the England soccer team as they competed for a spot in the Euro 2020 quarter finals.
While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the event as William is the President of England’s Football Association, their seven-year-old got to join in on the fun too.
Dressed in a suit and an official FA tie, George looked as dapper as ever.
His mother, Duchess Catherine, shone in an English red blazer and a white top.
The Cambridge trio cheered on excitedly as England took to the field against Germany for a spot.
They scored two goals to get through to the next round of the Euros.
Prince William was a picture of his father in the good old days, as he pointed out things to his eldest son, while they sat front row at the royal box of Wimbledon Stadium.
Prince George is a big football fan and even donned the England jersey while he took his official sixth birthday photographs in 2019.
The historic game was England’s second-ever win in the knockout stage of the European Championship.
This article originally appeared on Over60.