Norwich City fan says Prince George should've been kicked out

Disgruntled Norwich City fan claims Aston Villa supporter Prince George, six, should have been BANNED from sitting with Canaries supporters

  •  Norwich fan wrote asked why the Cambridges were allowed in the home end 
  •  William took Kate, George and Charlotte to watch his beloved Aston Villa play
  • The royals watched the Birmingham team defeat Norwich 5-1 on Satuday’s game
  • Family live part time at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which is 40 miles for the ground

A disgruntled Norwich City fan has demanded to know why six-year-old Prince George wasn’t kicked out of the team’s ground Carrow Road, as he watched the home side lose to his beloved Aston Villa.  

The future king was dubbed adorable by royal watchers as he bounced around and cheered Villa on during their 5-1 away win against Norwich on Saturday

He was joined by  parents Prince William, 37, Kate Middleton, 37, and little sister Princess Charlotte, four as the royals watched their team pull off an impressive win.

But one local wasn’t so pleased and penned an angry letter to his local paper slamming his club for allowing the royals, who were away fans, to sit in the home end. 

The future king was dubbed adorable by royal watchers as he was seen bouncing around and cheering the team on as they defeated Norwich 5-1 on Saturday alongside his parents Prince William , 37, Kate Middleton , 37, and little sister Princess Charlotte , four 


Prince George, six, put on a toothless grin throughout the match while wearing the Birmingham cub’s T-shirt, before he punched the air as the team scored a goal – in what is believed to be his first ever football match. But one local wasn’t so pleased and penned an angry letter to his local paper slamming his club for allowing the royals, who were away fans, to sit in the home end

Writing anonymously to the Eastern Daily Press, the Norwich fan said he did not have a problem welcoming the future heir to the throne and his family to Carrow Road, but he found it strange he was allowed to sit in an area which ‘is clearly signed outside as “Home Fans Only””.

‘I fully understand why he wasn’t found seats with the Villa supporters’ section of the Jarrold Stand, but do not understand why the Royal family were not found seats in the warmth and comfort of the directors’ box, which one assumes comes with much better security’ he said. 

‘I am a fan of our Royal Family, and especially of our partially local-based William and Kate, but the Royal Prince was very lucky that my seat was approximately 30 rows below his and not nearer, because with Prince George apparently jumping for joy at every Villa goal, I would have found it extremely difficult not to approach a club steward and politely ask “would it be possible to have these away supporters very quietly removed?”.

‘Who knows perhaps having four more loyal, and not Royal, fans in the City stand, might have had an effect on the result?’

Writing anonymously to the Eastern Daily Press , the Norwich fan said he did not have a problem welcoming the future heir to the throne and his family to Carrow Road, but he found it strange he was allowed to sit in an area which ‘is clearly signed outside as “Home Fans Only”” 

The local said: ‘The Royal Prince was very lucky that my seat was approximately 30 rows below his and not nearer, because with Prince George apparently jumping for joy at every Villa goal, I would have found it extremely difficult not to approach a club steward and politely ask “would it be possible to have these away supporters very quietly removed?” 

 During the game, the third-in-line to the throne put on a toothless grin while wearing the Birmingham club’s pyjama T-shirt.

He punched the air as the team scored a goal – in what is believed to be his first ever football match.

The duke could be seen putting his arm around his eldest son as the pair relished the excitement of their first game together, in what is typically a rite of passage for father and son. 

During the game, the third-in-line to the throne put on a toothless grin while wearing the Birmingham club’s pyjama T-shirt 


At one point, William and Kate appeared to try and gently calm Prince George as he wildly celebrated another goal

Aston Villa also took to Twitter to share their delight at seeing the avid fan at the game

And Aston Villa even took to Twitter to share their delight at seeing the avid young royal at the game.

The club tweeted: ‘You know how to pick your #AVFC games, Your Royal Highness.’ 

At one point, William and Kate appeared to try and gently calm Prince George as he wildly celebrated another goal.

Although there was no sign of 17-month-old Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte giggled with delight as she soaked up the atmosphere alongside her older brother. 

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