PRINCE George cut an excited figure in the crowd after going to watch an Aston Villa match with his dad William.
The Prince of Wales is well-known as a huge Villains fan and treated his son to the Bank Holiday match up against Nottingham Forest at Villa Park.
The young royal and his dad have proven a good luck charm with Aston Villa winning the Premier League clash 2-0.
George, nine, was pictured enjoying the action and mirrored his father as he clutched his face when Villa missed a good chance.
But the father and son were soon seen celebrating wildly and punching the air when Bertrand Traore broke the deadlock just after half-time.
The young royal seemed gripped by football fever as he excitedly pointed to the pitch at the Prem stars while talking to his dad.
England boss Gareth Southgate was also spotted in the stands at Villa Park with in-form striker Ollie Watkins scoring a late second.
Unlike the last time he watched the Birmingham side, George didn’t opt for the claret and blue colours, but instead was seen wearing a striped collared shirt, black jumper and blue trousers.
The Prince of Wales also wore a navy blue jumper and a pale blue open-necked shirt.
But in one photo of the father and son pitch-side before the match began, the young Prince could be seen carrying a Villa scarf.
It is not the first time the nine-year-old royal has been spotted in the footie stands.
The Prince and Princess of Wales took their eldest two children to their first football match in October 2019 to watch Aston Villa beat Norwich 5 – 1.
Despite being surrounded by Norwich fans, George was seen excitedly punching the air when Villa scored.
George is set for a key role at his grandfather the King’s coronation next month.
He will serve as one of eight Pages of Honour during the ceremony.