World Cup in Qatar: William and Kate say goodbye to Wales


World Cup in Qatar
William and Kate say goodbye to Wales

Prince William and Princess Kate on an appointment

Prince William and Princess Kate on an appointment

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Wales is out at the 2022 World Cup – at least there is a consolation tweet from Prince William and Princess Kate.

Wales lost their game against England last Tuesday at the World Cup in Qatar cannot prevail. The Royals also said goodbye to their team with a tweet.

On twitter The Prince and Princess of Wales wrote on the team’s elimination: “You can be very proud of yourselves. The first World Cup since 58. You played this tournament with heart and pride. We look forward to seeing you at Euro 2024 !” Kate (40) and William (40) wrote the exact same message also in Welsh and sent them into the world.

Prince William is a big football fan and has been President of the FA since 2006. At that time he succeeded his uncle Prince Andrew (62). However, William will not be traveling to Qatar this year due to “other commitments” – probably. If England make it to the final, that could change…

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