PRINCE William will attend England’s semi-final against Denmark – without Kate Middleton, who remains in isolation after a Covid contact.
Kensington Palace confirmed today that the Duke of Cambridge will attend the clash tomorrow night – and he tweeted: “Can’t wait!”
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It’s not yet known if he’ll bring his lucky charm, son George – who cheered in the stands as England claimed a historic victory over Germany last week.
The youngster, who wore the same tie and jacket as his dad, could be seen beaming as he enjoyed the game.
And fans will be hoping the prince will be there as a talisman following the huge win.
But whether George makes it or not, his mum Kate will remain at home.
The Duchess is isolating after a Covid contact as she attended Wimbledon.
She was alerted after taking her seat in the Royal Box on Friday and left straight away at around 4pm before Briton Dan Evans took to the court.
Kate, 39, had her second Covid-19 jab within five weeks of her first dose.
Missing the match may come as a blow to the mum-of-three, who was seen enjoying what’s believed to be her first England men’s football international in person.
The family were spotted cheering as the Lions clinched an epic win over their old rivals on home turf.
And while they weren’t among the fans lucky enough to watch England’s sensational 4-0 victory over Ukraine in Rome, William will be back in his seat for Wednesday’s game.
William wrote on Twitter how he “can’t wait” for the England v Denmark match.
After Saturday’s game, he tweeted: “Another top team performance and clean sheet from @England tonight. #ThreeLions .
“Well played to Ukraine. Can’t wait for Wednesday’s semi final! Onwards W.”
Last week, the royals were joined by David Beckham and his son Romeo, along with Ellie Goulding and Ed Sheeran and his wife Cherry.
George’s trip to the football was an after school treat without his younger siblings, Charlotte, six, and Louis, three.
But as tomorrow’s match begins at 8pm, it might be too late on a school night for the prince.
Wills, who is the current president of the FA, was seen punching the air as Southgate’s men stormed to victory.
It was a long day for the future king, who travelled back from Scotland after visiting a shipyard to meet the team building HMS Glasgow.
But he’s regularly seen at games – and was at the stadium supporting England during their nail-biting 1-0 win against the Czech Republic.
Tomorrow’s game is set to be equally tense for fans.
Standing between England and the final is an inspired Denmark side, who have a good record against the team.
England have beaten the Danes in 12 of their 17 encounters, although they haven’t recorded a competitive win since 2002.
And Southgate’s team failed to beat their semi-final opponents in the Nations League last autumn, drawing 0-0 in Copenhagen and losing 1-0 at Wembley.
The two teams last met at a major tournament in 2002, with England hammering Denmark 3-0 on the Japanese island of Niigata in the last 16 of the World Cup.