PRINCE WILLIAM is more worried about Aston Villa being relegated – amid the shock of the Royal Family split.
Villa currently sit 18th in the Premier League a point below Watford in the relegation zone.
It comes as lifelong Villa Park fan William was stunned as his brother Harry and wife Meghan Markle announced they were “stepping down” as senior members of the Royal Family.
But former vice chairman of the FA David Gill, revealed the future king expressed his concerns for Villas Prem safety while he was collecting a CBE at Buckingham Palace.
Gill said: “I’ve been lucky enough to meet [William] a few times and talk about football, he was more worried about Aston Villa.
“We had a nice chat about football, he’s a keen follower of it.
Prince Harry has been speaking to The Queen, Prince Charles and William about him and Meghan’s future in the Royal Family.
During the gruelling two hour talks, Her Majesty told Prince Harry she wanted him and Meghan to continue their work as full-time members of the Royal Family.
In a strikingly personal statement released after the summit, she said: “Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valued part of my family.”
And while admitting there were “complex matters” to resolve, the 93-year-old monarch said she was “entirely supportive” of Meghan and Harry.
She has since ordered aides to make final decisions “in the coming days”.