A delighted Prince William received Heart of Midlothian team shirts during his visit to the club’s Tynecastle Park home ground. Hearts Chief Executive Andrew McKinlay presented the royal with three home shirts, one each for his children, that emblazoned their names and ages on the player name and number on the back.

The Duke of Cambridge, on the other hand, received the club’s third top, the kit Hearts fans wore during their Big Hearts Day celebration. At the presentation of the shirts, McKinlay quipped to Prince William that the royal family now has a Scottish team to root.

Prince William is a known avid football fan and supports Aston Villa. His eldest son, Prince George, usually watches England and Villa games with his parents. Princess Charlotte regularly attends Norwich matches. An advocate of mental health support and founder of charity Heads Together with his wife Kate, Prince William’s visited Heart of Midlothian FC to discuss ‘The Changing Room’ project. The initiative, aimed at promoting men’s mental health and wellbeing through football, was launched by the Scottish Association for Mental Health in 2018 and has been ran by the club since then.

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10809493/Prince-William-looks-delighted-hes-presented-Charlotte-football-shirt.html

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