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Prince William Sent His Favorite Soccer Team ‘Support’ Ahead of Win Amid Queen Elizabeth II’s Death

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As Prince William continues to mourn the death of grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, he found time to support his favorite soccer club, Aston Villa, after their recent victory.“He messaged in the week, to the club, and that shows everything about what he thinks of this club,” team manager Steven Gerrard told the BBC on Friday, September 16, after their win. “It certainly took me aback.

He is very much involved in Villa. For him to message in the situation he is in is really impressive.”Gerrard added: “For us to reward that [Prince William’s message] with a result and clean sheet, I’m sure he will be proud.

It was along the lines of ‘[I] would love to be there.’ … He is consistently in touch. He is very supportive of the boys individually.

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