Prince William Received Cheeky Gifts For His Children From West Bromwich Albion FC
Prince William visited the West Bromwich Albion football club on Thursday and received some cheeky gifts for his three children, even though he is an Aston Villa's fan! Find out what they are here...
Prince William visited his rival club's training grounds on Thursday and was a little surprised to receive some gifts for Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte! In October of this year, Prince William took his eldest son Prince George to see their favorite team (Aston Villa) play a match. The West Bromwich Albion FC knows that William and George are loyal Aston Villa fans, however they thought they could still convince Charlotte and Louis to cheer for them.
Cheeky gifts for Charlotte and Louis
The club CEO Mark Jenkins, presented the Duke of Cambridge with two shirts for Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte with their ages in numbers on the back. They didn't give one for Prince George however as they realize it's probably too late to convert him into a West Bromwich fan. Instead, the team gave William a football for Prince George.
Prince William's Heads Up Campaign
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"You want to be a macho man 'It doesn't affect me.' It does." Our mental health is just as important as our physical health — at @WBA ⚽ The Duke of Cambridge discussed the #HeadsUp campaign's work to encourage more people to feel comfortable talking about their mental health. With Head Coach Slaven Bilić and the West Brom first team The Duke spoke about some of the mental health challenges footballers can face throughout their careers, how the squad support one another, and the great work the club are doing to equip their young players for their future careers. Take a look at our previous post to read more about The Duke's conversations with the first team squad...
Prince William was visiting the football club to launch the latest stage of his mental health campaign. He joked, "I'm sorry I'm here as an Aston Villa fan but I'm hoping we can move on from that," according to Hello magazine before proceeding to discuss his Heads Up campaign which aims at breaking down the mental health stigma in football.