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Prince William says ‘may the best team win’ ahead of World Cup clash

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The Prince remained neutral in the England v Wales clash  (Picture: Getty)
The Prince remained impartial in the England v Wales clash (Picture: Getty)

Prince William stated ‘may the best team win’ as England took on Wales in a crunch World Cup match.

The Prince of Wales took a impartial stance ahead of the house nations clash in Qatar.

He beforehand stated he couldn’t drop his help for the English team.

William and the Princess of Wales’s official Twitter web page posted the message ‘Here we go…may the best team win!’ in English and Welsh earlier than the sport.

The prince beforehand got here beneath fireplace from Welsh actor Michael Sheen, who described it as ‘entirely inappropriate’ for him to go to the England team and current them with their shirts, given his function as the Prince of Wales.

Earlier this month William instructed Elin Jones, Llywydd of the Senedd, that he couldn’t have ‘suddenly’ dropped his help for the England team, which he has held since he was younger.

‘I’m telling everybody I’m supporting each, undoubtedly. I can’t lose,’ William stated.

The Prince visited the England squad picked to play in the World Cup, ahead of the match and instructed them ‘we are all rooting for you’.

The inheritor to the throne joined a personal team assembly at St George’s Park earlier than the footballers set off to Qatar.

He offered the gamers with their jersey numbers yesterday night, and posted for images with the gamers.

The prince and princess diplomatically despatched an excellent luck message to each groups ahead of watching their opening World Cup matches.

William, who’s president of the FA, is watching the matches from the UK.

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