Prince George, Prince William twin in suits at soccer game

Now that’s a soccer match!

Prince William and his 7-year-old son Prince George twinned in matching suits and ties at the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship game between England and Germany at London’s Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.

Both father and son were seen wearing navy jackets paired with red, white and blue-striped ties, a nod to the colors of the UK flag.

William, 39, who is the president of the Football Association, was seen chatting with his little one and cheering on their home team during the contentious game.

Prince George seemed invested in the action and was photographed watching intently as he clapped for England.

At one point, William was seen sweetly bending down to chat with his son.

They were joined by Kate Middleton, who was also dressed in patriotic colors. The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, opted for a red double-breasted Zara blazer ($89.99, but now sold out) atop a white blouse, black skinny jeans and Annoushka pearl drop earrings ($519).

Prince William, Prince George, and Kate Middleton sitting at the UEF EURO 2020 game.
They were joined by Kate Middleton.
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Absent from the family outing were Middleton and the Duke of Cambridge’s other children, 6-year-old Princess Charlotte and 3-year-old Prince Louis.

It’s no surprise that Prince George would dress like his dad, considering he’s been following Prince William’s style for years.

As Page Six Style previously reported, the shirt little George wore to his brother’s christening in 2018 was almost identical to the one his father wore to Prince Harry’s christening in 1985.

And for his sister’s 2015 christening, the future king donned a look similar to what his dad wore to visit a newborn Harry at St. Mary’s Hospital in 1984.

Prince George is third in the line of succession to the British throne, following his grandfather Prince Charles and his dad.