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The real reason Prince George wore a suit and tie to Euros final

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The Euro 2020 final was attended by a huge number of famous faces – including our Royal family.

Prince George, 7, was pictured at the match on Sunday evening along with his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dressed in a formal navy suit paired with a red and blue tie.

While many royal fans were delighted to watch Prince George celebrate as England scored their first goal, others were quick to question why the seven-year-old was made to wear a suit rather than a football shirt, like other children his age.

Although George looked adorable matching with his dad for the occasion, many fans were baffled by the strangely formal look.

This wasn’t the first time the Prince was spotted in smart attire, as he was equally smartly dressed when he attended the England v Germany game earlier on in the Euros.

George and Will watched an earlier match in matching suits

It has been suggested that William wasn’t keen on George wearing a suit and that it was Kate who chose his smart look.

We already know the Prince owns an England shirt, as he was pictured wearing it in the sweet official photos that were released to mark his sixth birthday last year.

It has also been implied that George himself could have chosen to wear the smart get-up, in order to match with his ‘hero’ dad for the special occasion.

William and George celebrating during the England v Germany match

Despite his outfit, from Prince George’s delighted face when England scored after just 2 minutes, it was clear to see he enjoyed the match.

The hugs given between George and his parents were a rarely seen moment of affection between the royals, which proved popular amongst fans.

The youngster, along with the rest of the nation, was no doubt disappointed in the results at the end of Sunday’s match, as he was pictured looking rather gutted after the tense penalty shoot-out.

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