Prince George will attend Euros 2020 final after fans call the young royal a lucky mascot

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We’re just a few hours away from the final of the Euros now, and England fans are edge of their seats in anticipation.

The highly anticipated action will take place in Wembley stadium, and it’ll be watched by royals and, according to an official guest list, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Prince George, will be in attendance, My London reports.

Royal fans will be delighted to see adorable Prince George, seven, at the final, and he became something of a lucky mascot after his last match appearance.

It has been a busy weekend of sport, and both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have thrown their support behind Wimbledon and the Euros.

Kate looked gorgeous in pink as she arrived at the south London tennis venue with her dad, Michael Middleton, to enjoy the men’s Wimbledon final between Novak Djokoic take on Matteo Berrettini.

The Duchess wore a pale pink dress buttoned from the waist up and had short sleeves. The dress had a matching belt and Kate wore a floral face mask and had her long brunette hair down flowing over her shoulders in a bouncy blow dry.

Meanwhile, Prince William shared a personal message to the England team ahead of the Euros final.

The 39 year old took to his and wife Kate Middleton's official Twitter account to share a short clip of himself dressed in a pristine blue shirt as he told them to "bring it home".

"Gareth, Harry and to every member of the England team on and off the pitch – I just want to wish you the very best of luck for tonight," he started in the video.

The Duke of Cambridge continued: "What a team performance it's been, every member of the squad has played their part. And all the back room team as well, they've been truly essential.”

Football fans urged Prince William to bring "lucky mascot" Prince George to Wembley Stadium to watch England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday evening.

The seven year old stole the hearts of viewers as he cheered on the Three Lions in their triumphant match against Germany last week while wearing a suit and sitting alongside his dad and mum.

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And after William excitedly tweeted about England's win against Denmark on Wednesday, 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," 39 year old William tweeted shortly after the match.

"The whole country will be behind you on Sunday #ItsComingHome," he added.

Immediately a fan responded with a picture of George alongside the comment: "Please can we have this young man at the final Dad?"

"We want to see you, your lovely wife, and your son, George on Sunday," another added.

A third added: "Get our little Prince George there on Sunday. He can be our lucky mascot of England #eng #ThreeLions."

A fourth echoed: "Hope the charming Prince George will be at Wembley in the final! He is THE LUCKY MASCOT of the "Lions-den!" #ItsComingHome #EURO2020."

Following the match, a royal expert exclusively told OK! that Prince George begged his dad to take him to Wembley and insisted on dressing like him.

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