Royal delight: 'Too adorable' - Fans rejoice as they witness one heartwarming moment

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Author 2019-10-07 08:09:00

The young prince attended the game with his father and mother, the Prince and Princess of Cambridge, along with his little sister, Princess Charlotte. And each time the Villans scored young George could be seen jumping for joy, while punching the air and cheering loudly. William and Kate were beside themselves with laughter as they tried to calm him down.

Kate leant over little George to share in his excitement, while William put his hand gently on his shoulder to stop him from jumping out of his seat.

The scenes were captured on camera and posted to the TeaTimewiththeCambridges Instagram page, producing a social media storm.

One user posted on Twitter: “This video clip is just too adorable!!!

"Future King, Prince George, loving football. You are in good hands, England!”

The Cambridge Family (Image: GETTY)Prince George (Image: GETTY)

Another wrote: ”That’s one happy little boy.’

While yet another commented: “It was so exciting just watching Prince George’s reaction. One very proud daddy.”

Following the trend of excitement over his reaction another said: "Awww that is so cute I’m a little bit in love, just a kid enjoying his team winning."

An Instagram user wrote: "Prince George is just so cute. Good to see the family having a day out and having fun, just like a normal family."

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The Duke of Cambridge has been a long time fan of the Birmingham football club.

Speaking to the BBC’s Gary Linekar in May 2015, ahead of Villa’s defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup final, he explained how it was he came to be a supporter.

“A long time ago at school, I got into football big time. I was looking around for clubs. All my friends at school were either Man United fans or Chelsea fans and I didn’t want to follow the run of the mill teams.

“I wanted to have a team that was more mid-table that could give me more emotional rollercoaster moments.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Image: GETTY)The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Image: GETTY)

“Aston Villa’s always had a great history. I have got friends of mine who support Aston Villa and one of the first FA Cup games I went to was Bolton v Aston Villa back in 2000. Sadly, Villa went on to lose to Chelsea.

“It was fantastic, I sat with all the fans with my red beanie on, and I was sat with all the Brummie fans and had a great time.

“It was the atmosphere, the camaraderie and I really felt that there was something I could connect with.”

Royal Family (Image: GETTY)

William is also the president of the Football Association and back in August, he used his official role within the organisation to launch the Heads Up Campaign.

The campaign seeks to harness the popularity of sport to raise awareness of mental health issues.

Grassroots football clubs around the country will be given advice on how to spot players suffering from mental health problems and how to deal with the matter.

Launching Heads Up in May, the Duke said: “We are here today to take a big step in shattering this silence. We are going to use one of the most powerful, unifying forces in our society – football – to start the biggest ever conversation on mental health.”

Prince George (Image: GETTY)

He added: “We wouldn’t think twice to ask a mate how he was doing after he broke an arm or an ankle.

“We wouldn’t hesitate to talk about our routine at the gym, or even our need to make it a bit more regular.

“But when it comes to our mental health, we – and, by we, I mean men in particular – often have nothing to say at all.

“The consequences of this silence – confusion, stigma, and even shame – have reached a crisis point in the UK.”

The campaign is supported by footballers Peter Crouch, Thierry Henry, Danny Rose and Jermaine Jenas among others, as well as by managers Gareth Southgate, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola.

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