Royal fans delighted as ‘relaxed’ Prince George sings national anthem at rugby

Royal fans were left delighted by Prince George’s singing of the national anthem at the rugby.

The eight-year-old prince joined mum Kate and dad William at Twickenham on Saturday, February 26, to watch the exciting Six Nations clash between England and Wales.

The Duke of Cambridge was attending in his role as patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, while the Duchess was there as patron of the Rugby Football Union.

Before kick-off, George accompanied his parents as they met representatives from the two unions and then joined them in stands for the big game.

It seems the youngster – who is third in line to the throne – delighted royal fans when he was caught on camera singing every single word of the national anthem God Save The Queen.

George could be seen looking up to both of his parents throughout the tune for reassurance as he sang the famous words.

And commenting on a video uploaded to YouTube of the moment, royal fans couldn't hide their delight at him singing them anthem, which pays tribute to his great-grandmother.

One royal fan commented on the clip saying: "Wills & Kate singing national anthem was a treat… and the shy Prince George singing for his Gan Gan."

Another said: "Bless his heart! He kept checking his parents out to see if they were singing and he got bolder."

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One remarked: "It was lovely to see Prince George singing the national anthem."

And another wrote: "Wonderful outing with Mom and Dad! Prince George is such a credit to his parents and indeed the country. Loved the brightening on his face when singing God Save the Queen."

Royal fans on Twitter also pointed out how comfortable and relaxed the young prince looked, despite knowing all eyes were on him.

One user wrote: “So impressed how relaxed Prince George is even under the glare of press attention. They look such a normal family (ok maybe a bit smarter than we would be at a rugby match).

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