Prince William has been urged to bring Prince George to Wembley Stadium to watch the Euros final on Sunday, where the Three Lions will take on Italy.
After Gareth Southgate's men narrowly defeated Denmark on Wednesday, social media users urged the Duke of Cambridge to bring the seven-year-old to the showpiece event in London.
George was dubbed England's 'lucky charm' after he watched his country beat Germany in a tournament for the first time since the 1966 World Cup at Wembley last week.
Now people want to see the youngster in the stands this Sunday in the hopes his presence will work its magic once again.
A jubilant William celebrated England's victory against the Danes by tweeting after the game: "What a game, what a result! A huge team effort @England.
"The whole country will be behind you on Sunday #ItsComingHome."
While many social media users simply joined in the celebrations, others keen on seeing George in the stands on Sunday replied to William's message asking to let him go to the stadium.
One person, publishing a picture taken last week of the Cambridges' firstborn at Wembley, wrote: "Please can we have this young man at the final Dad?"
To which one replied: "Definitely. It would be lovely to see them there.
"What a memory to have, especially if they win."
Another said: "That would be wonderful. Prince George would love it as would Prince William, I think."
A third social media user, replying to the tweet published by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Twitter account, said: "Congratulations to England and my best wishes for the biggest win in the finals.
"'We want to see you, your lovely wife, and your son, George on Sunday."
A fourth simply said: "Bring George in his England shirt 🙂 xxx"
This thought was shared by another royal fan, who joked: "Get George in an England shirt, tell his teacher he won't be in school Monday."
Prince George surprised royal fans with his appearance at Wembley on July 3, when he watched England winning over Germany.
Following the historic victory, George was quickly dubbed the Three Lion's "lucky charm" by many royal fans.
It was England's first win in a tournament knockout game against Germany since the 1966 World Cup final, and it was also George's first ever international football match.
The Cambridges were among 45,000 fans cheering on England at Wembley.
The young prince was seen watching the game next to his dad, sporting a matching suit and tie.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe told OK! magazine: "Prince William is George’s absolute hero.
"He thinks his dad’s the most perfect person on the planet.
"George idolises his dad. That’s why we saw him looking so smart in his suit – he really wanted to dress like William."
The third-in-line to the throne was not present at the semi-final likely because, unlike the round of 16 match, it started at 8pm – far too late for a seven-year-old on a school night.
As the Euro 2020 final will also kick off at 8pm on Sunday, chances are slim for royal fans to be able to see young George at the stadium.
But given the historic significance of the match and how big of a football fan George is, William – who is widely expected to watch the final in person but has yet to confirm his presence at Wembley – may decide to turn a blind eye on the time.
If he attends the final on the stands, the Duke of Cambridge is unlikely to be in the company of wife Kate, who will still be self-isolating after being exposed to Covid.
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