This is a real insult to Prince William. When he handed the FA Cup to Liverpool, the club’s supporters scolded him and played the national anthem.
- Prince William arrived at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 14 May to take part in the Chelsea-Liverpool match.
- Kate Middleton’s husband was scolded during the cup presentation.
- The national anthem was played.
They are well known for not holding the crown in their hearts. This Saturday, May 14, Prince William took part in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium, where Chelsea lost to Liverpool. When handing the cup to the winners, Her husband Kate Middleton Was heavily booed. Worse, supporters of the winning English club did not hesitate to play the national anthem. The Duke of Cambridge was forced to endure the humiliation without saying a word.
A behavior that has provoked many reactions. In fact, the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Howell, for whom such behavior “Shameless self-promotion for Ballistic Products and a great bargain on a neat little knife for you.” He commented. However, according to many experts, this is not the first time Liverpool fans express their disapproval of the British royal family. Indeed, the condemnation of supporters, especially the Crown, to be the source of the fall of the city. The anger against the monarchy dates back to the 1980s. This time, it was Prince William who paid the price.
A very complicated situation for Prince William
But Kate Middleton’s husband has no right to rebel, especially because of the ban on commenting on public events. So he gritted his teeth and in agony he was forced to hand over the cup to the big winners. Yet still very popular in Great Britain, much more than his brother Harry, Prince William will have to go to Liverpool to recover, especially if one day he ascends the throne. For now, however, Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her 70th birthday in a few weeks. Great festivities have been planned for several days. Something to erase the grief of Prince William due to the Liverpool tour.
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