Prince William and Kate Middleton joined the ranks of English fans to cheer for the Three Lions against the German team.
On the football field, people saw the royal couple cheering for England with enthusiastic applause.
The animation duo was in high spirits because they couldn’t look away from the game.
In addition, their son, Prince George, joined the couple and he supported England.
When the Three Lions defeated the Czech Republic 1-0 last week, Prince William supported England.
Around London, everyone is wearing English shirts from the ages to the present.
Along the Olympic Road, “Football Go Home” is everywhere, and the flag of St. George is flying high.
The train and subway stations are very busy. From noon, thousands of fans camp outside the stadium, which is different from Wembley’s relatively mild Group D game.
Many people waved flags and drank in bars around the capital to keep their morale from being dampened by the rainstorm.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs Dominic Raab took a diplomatic move. He shared a photo of him exchanging jerseys with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas.
Gareth Southgate’s team hopes to win their second European Championship knockout game in their history, five years after the Icelandic Fish lost 2-1 in the round of 16.
Germany defeated England in the 1970, 1990 and 2010 World Cups and the European Cup semi-finals in 1996, when he missed a crucial penalty in a penalty shoot-out.