Prince George and Princess Charlotte seem to have inherited Prince William’s love for football

Prince George and Princess Charlotte seem to have inherited one of Prince William's biggest passions - his love for football.

Between his role as the President of the Football Association and his love for Birmingham-based Aston Villa, it’s no secret the Duke of Cambridge is a football fan.

We bet it wasn’t easy for him to have to miss the FA cup because of the clash with his brother’s wedding to Meghan Markle, but he’s certainly making up for it by watching the World Cup matches.

He was picture watching the England-Panama match with Hussein bin Abdullah, the Crown Prince of Jordan, while he was away on an official trip to the country.

And it seems like the love for football has been passed on to his little ones, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The young royals were seen enjoying a kick around with their friends near Kensington Palace, reports royal blog Royally Will & Kate according to the Daily Express.

Given that the UK is currently enjoying a heatwave, it’s no wonder the brother and sister duo were outside enjoying the nice weather.

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It’s not the first we’ve heard of George and Charlotte’s excitement for football, as Kate revealed last year during a royal engagement that the two already have kits for the team they support and love wearing them.

Nine-year-old Brian Mulonbi what he said when speaking to him: ‘Kate told me that George and Charlotte love putting on Villa kits. I told her I am an Arsenal fan, so I don’t really like Villa kits’.

After Brian’s honest reply, Kate replied: ‘I have to be loyal to my husband.’

And football is not the only sport on the list of passions George and Charlotte have inherited from mum and dad.

It’s previously been reported that Princess Charlotte has a natural talent for tennis – which is one of Kate’s favourite sports – and that Prince George was learning how to play too.