Kate Middleton is spotted at Prince George football match

Kate Middleton is spotted looking chic as she watches Prince George play football

  • Kate Middleton, 41, was spotted in a Barbour jacket and Chelsea boots 
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Kate Middleton  proved her down-to-earth nature as she donned a pair of jeans and boots to watch Prince George play football yesterday.

In a series of snaps that were shared on social media, the Princess of Wales, 41, appeared to be in high spirts as she chatted with other parents. 

Dressed for the rainy weather, the royal mother-of-three opted for a chic £725 Erdem ‘Lotus’ Striped Cashmere Sweater, which she has worn on several occasions, as she turned up to support Prince George.

She paired the jumper with dark blue jeans, another reworn £200 khaki Barbour jacket and Blundstone Chelsea boots, and styled her thick brunette locks in loose waves. 

The princess enjoyed a coffee and a catch up with parents while she waited for her son’s arrival. 

Kate Middleton, 41, proved her down-to-earth nature as she donned a pair of jeans and white trainers to watch Prince George play football over the weekend (pictured yesterday during a walk with a community group in London)

The stormy weather was clearly not enough to stop George from playing the game he loves. 

George’s love of football has been no secret, with the royal celebrating birthdays with a sports-themed parties at Kensington Palace and William saying he hopes his oldest son will one day be Villa’s ‘top goal scorer’. 

It emerged in July 2020 that ‘football crazy’ Prince George ‘plays for a local team’ during term time.

Sources at the time told Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl: ‘I wouldn’t be surprised if his birthday has a football theme. George is football crazy and actually a very good player. 

They added: ‘During term time he plays for a local team and Will and Kate are often there to cheer him on.’

Prince George, an avid Aston Villa fan, has been spotted at a number of the club’s games over the years with his father. 

The youngster has previously posed for his official birthday photographs in an England shirt, and was pictured chasing after a ball with his younger sister Princess Charlotte at a polo match in 2019.

In October 2019, when he was six, George was pictured enthusiastically celebrating a 5-1 Villa win with William, his mother Kate and sister Charlotte.

Kate Middleton watched Prince George play football yesterday, according to social media posts (pictured in 2022) 

George’s love of football has been no secret, with the royal celebrating birthdays with a sports-themed parties at Kensington Palace 

Meanwhile he also watched the club beat Nottingham Forest 2-0 in a match in April.

The prince’s love for the beautiful game was evident when he attended the June 2021 final of the Euros at Wembley, where England faced Italy.

After joining his parents for the national anthem, George threw his arms out and shouted in pure joy as Luke Shaw powered England to an early lead over Italy in the opening minutes. 

But the young royal later had to be consoled when his team lost to the Azzurri on penalties, after being outplayed by Roberto Mancini’s men throughout the second half. 

The appearance from Kate at the football match comes amidst a busy period for the Princess, who also joined an organisation that supports fathers in north London yesterday. 

The organisation offers online training programmes, podcasts and ‘Dad Walks’ to help new parents feel more equipped for parenthood.

The Princess of Wales took part in one of the group’s ‘Dad Walks’ in Arnos Grove today, where she displayed her natural ease with children.

At one point, the royal was seen kneeling down to hold one youngster’s hand and enjoying a laugh with a father holding his two children in either arm.

The Princess was joined on her visit by DJ and songwriter, Jax Jones, who is one of the Shaping Us campaign champions.

Sources previously revealed how the little royal ‘plays for a local team’ during term time and said that Prince William and Kate often cheer him on from the sidelines (pictured,  in 2019)

Nigel Clarke, the founder of Dadvengers, said: ‘Fathers have a hugely significant role to play in their children’s lives, right from the start.

‘Even before their baby is born, fathers can get involved and Dadvengers is on a mission to support them to do that in ways that work for them.

‘We provide them with information and advice to help look after their own wellbeing, while also supporting them to build the nurturing relationships and surroundings we know are so important in the very earliest years of their children’s lives.

‘It’s what Dadvengers is all about.’

Kate has previously described the Shaping Us initiative as her ‘life’s work’.

At a launch event in January, the royal said: ‘The campaign is fundamentally about shining a spotlight on the critical importance of early childhood and how it shapes the adults we become.

‘During this time we lay the foundations and building blocks for life. And it is when we learn to understand ourselves, understand others and understand the world in which we live.

‘This is why it is essential, to not only understand the unique importance of our earliest years, but to know what we can all do to help raise future generations of happy, healthy adults.’

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