Prince William delights royal fans as he takes to Twitter to send personal tweetJuly 24, 2021
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Prince William shared a rare personal tweet today to wish rugby union’s British and Irish Lions “all the best’ as they prepare for the opening Test in Cape Town.
Royal fans were delighted to see the personal tweet from the Duke of Cambridge, 39, who rarely shares tweets.
He shared his support for the rugby union team ahead of their battle against South Africa in Cape Town in a personal tweet he wrote on his and the Duchess of Cambridge’s Twitter page this morning.
The tweet read: “Wishing the @Lionsofficial team all the best ahead of the opening Test in Cape Town! It's brilliant to see @AlunWynJones back fit and healthy, ready to lead the team. W.”
The reference to Alun Wyn Jones related to the captain’s dislocated shoulder he suffered back in June during a match against Japan. Alun is now back captaining the team after making an incredible recovery from the injury.
Fans took to Twitter to share the sentiment made by the father of three.
One said: “@AlunWynJones is a force to be reckoned with. An amazing leader for Wales and BIL.”
Another joked with the prince: “Where are you having a pint William?”
Another user shared this sentiment: “My favourite couple his and hers RH have a good day.”
Prince William is a keen sports fan and previously shared a personal tweet when the Euro 2020 tournament got the go ahead back in June after being postponed due to the pandemic last year.
He tweeted: “Finally it's here! #Euro2020 Wishing all the best to the Home Nations competing this summer – looking forward to a fantastic tournament! W.”
He also tweeted after the big semi-final game. He excitedly tweeted about England's win against Denmark, his social media followers begged the royal to bring his eldest to the final for a spot of "good luck".
"What a game, what a result! A huge team effort @England," William tweeted shortly after the match.
The Duke of Cambridge, who was supporting his country as the President of the Football Association, could be seen clapping from the stands at England’s semi-final match against Denmark.
Prince William was seen at Wembley Stadium for England’s game against Germany and attended the final where they lost to Italy.
William’s eldest son and heir to the throne, Prince George, 7, also attended some of England’s games at Wembley in the Euros 2020.
He was seen cheering at the Germany game and his father was urged to bring his son, penned “lucky mascot George” to the final
which he did however, England sadly lost on penalties.
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