Euro 2024: King of Denmark joins Prince Williams to watch England draw

Euro 2024: King of Denmark joins Prince Williams to watch England draw

King Frederik X of Denmark and Prince Williams of Wales were in attendance in Frankfurt for the Euro 2024 game between Denmark and England on Thursday.

The royal figures sat beside each other at the Deutsche Bank Park as they watched the Three Lions and the Danish Dynamites settle for a 1-1 draw.

Morten Hjulmand scored a screamer in the 34th minute – the longest-range strike of the competition to date, flying past Jordan Pickford from 30.9m, cancelling out Harry Kane’s opener.

The outcome of Thursday’s encounter put England unmoved at the top of Group B with four points after two matches while Denmark follow in second with two points.

Slovenia are third in the group with two points from two matches while Serbia languish at the bottom with a point.

Prince William, Prince of Wales and President of the FA, shakes hands with HM King Frederik X, King of Denmark, after the UEFA EURO 2024 group stage match between Denmark and England at Frankfurt Arena on June 20, 2024 in Frankfurt

Prince Williams and King Frederik are both sports enthusiasts with the latter being a former member of the International Olympic Committee.

Prince William, meanwhile, is the longtime president of the English Football Association and a fan of Premier League team Aston Villa.

Another royal figure, King Felipe VI of Spain is expected to be present for La Roja’s Group B match against Italy later tonight.

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