It was a boys day out for the royals over the weekend.
On Saturday, Prince William and his eldest son, Prince George, attended the second Ashes cricket Test match between England and Australia in London.
The Prince of Wales, who recently celebrated his 41st birthday, and Prince George took in the game in a private box and watched closely.
Both wore blue coats in different shades and Prince William wore sunglasses for much of the game.
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Prince William and Prince George watch the afternoon session on day four of the second Ashes cricket Test match between England and Australia at Lord’s cricket ground in London on July 1, 2023. (IAN KINGTON/AFP via Getty Images)
Prince William leans in to speak to Prince George during the second Ashes cricket Test match between England and Australia. (IAN KINGTON/AFP via Getty Images)
Prince George was also presented with a mini replica of the Ashes urn by England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Richard Thompson. The urn is a symbol of the rivalry between the cricket teams of England and Australia and its origins date back to 1882.
Prince William, Prince of Wales and Prince George of Wales hold a replica of the Ashes Urn as they sit next to ECB President Richard Thompson during day four of the LV= Insurance Ashes 2nd Test match between England and Australia at Lord’s London Cricket Ground. (Ryan Pierse)
The 9-year-old prince is the eldest of William’s three children with Kate Middleton. His younger siblings are Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.
In June, the family celebrated Father’s Day with a sweet family portrait of William with all three children, photographed by Millie Pilkington.
The young prince has become a little more in the spotlight this year. His first major event was the coronation of his grandfather, King Charles III, in May. Young George is now second in line to the throne, just behind his father, William.
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At the ceremony, George was a page of honor, wearing a bright red gold-trimmed coat, while William wore the Welsh Guards’ ceremonial dress uniform.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla pose with their pages of honor and ladies in attendance on the day of the coronation in the throne room of Buckingham Palace. (Hugo Burnand/Reuters)
George and his younger sister and brother also attended the Trooping the Color, the official birthday parade for King Charles, last month. They rode in a carriage during the festivities with the Princess of Wales.
Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Prince George arrive in a horse-drawn carriage at Horse Guards Parade for the King’s Birthday Parade, ‘Trooping the Colour’, in London on June 17, 2023. (Getty Images)
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The young royal will celebrate his 10th birthday later this month, on July 22.