Fans Get Glimpse of Prince George Enjoying Soccer Game After Ballet Backlash

Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s oldest child Prince George has a lot of interests, interests that expand from ballet to computer programming to soccer.

Just a little over a month after George was laughed at for taking an interest in ballet by Good Morning America host Lara Spencer, the royal family is sharing the 6-year-old’s passion for soccer as well.

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On August 22, after reporting on the little prince’s interests for the new school year, Spencer was slammed for how she reacted to learning that along with “religious studies, computer programming, and poetry,” George will also be taking ballet classes.

Prince William told the British media that his oldest son “absolutely loves ballet.”

To which Spencer laughingly responded by saying, “I have news for you, Prince William, we’ll see how long that lasts.”

Thousands of people, including New York City Ballet principal dancer Sara Mearns, slammed Spencer for mocking a young boy for taking interest in dance, specifically ballet.

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Now the world is getting to see more of George’s interest, which based on a video shared on Kensington Palace’s Instagram page, includes a love of soccer.

Along with his father, George also enjoys cheering on the Aston Villa football club.

The video shows George getting excited over the club’s win at Norwich.

And millions of people loved getting to see George so passionate and animated over something he enjoys.

One commenter wrote, “He’s so animated. Will and Kate are good parents.” While another added, “just a little boy being happy to see his team do well.”

It’s also nice to see two parents fully supporting and nurturing their child and his many interests.

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