Prince George has joined his father Prince William at day four of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, London.
The young royal, nine, dressed in a smart blazer and check shirt, sat next to the Prince of Wales, 41, in the stands while watching England take on Australia during the cricket series.
Looking as equally smart, father-of-three William donned a light blue jacket and a pair of stylish sunglasses while enjoying a day out with his eldest son.
The sports-loving duo appeared to be deeply concentrating on the action, with the British heir to the throne pointing out certain elements to George, who often seemed to pull very similar facial expressions to his father.
Joining the royals at Lord’s was Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. At one point the beaming politician looked to be chatting to William and George, after the latter was presented a replica Ashes Urn by Richard Thompson, Chairman of the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board).
William’s mini-me! Prince George, nine, sat next to the Prince of Wales, 41, in the stands while watching England take on Australia at Lord’s
A beaming Prince George holds a replica Ashes Urn while sitting near Richard Thompson, Chairman of the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board)
During a break of the action, the young royal enjoyed a slice of pizza, while William chatted to other guests in the box – including actor and comedian Stephen Fry, who shook George’s hand.
The father-and-son duo looked the spitting image of each other – and even sipped on similar drinks at one point.
Commentators on social media also noted how alike the father and son appeared as they both wore blue blazers and light-coloured shirts while watching England take on Australia.
Both opted for a relaxed style, with their top buttons undone. They were seen enjoying the game together and discussing the match, with William pointing out a number of plays to his eldest son.
William has previously attended football matches with his eldest, including to watch their beloved Aston Villa play, as well as to the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.
The pair weren’t joined by the Princess of Wales, 41, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five.
Their appearance comes after Prince George was last week reportedly spotted taking a look at the boarding school where he could soon become a pupil.
A slice of the action! During a break, the young royal enjoyed a slice of pizza, while William chatted to other guests in the box
The Prince of Wales, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Prince George in the box during day four of the second Ashes test match at Lord’s, London
Stephen Fry speaks with Prince William and Prince George during the Ashes at Lord’s
Looking as equally smart, father-of-three William donned a light blue jacket and a pair of stylish sunglasses while enjoying a day out with his eldest son
Like father, like son! George often seemed to pull very similar facial expressions to his father while watching the action
Prince George, Prince William and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are pictured in the stands
In a photo of the meeting shared on social media by royal fans, little George, who will be ten this month, was wearing navy shorts, a short-sleeved shirt and black shoes while standing next to his father. He was also educated at the prestigious boarding school in Berkshire.
Meanwhile, Kate appeared to repeat her white and emerald £490 Cefinn shirt dress, which she debuted on a trip to Nuneaton the week prior, to visit the school.
The trio stood with a man and a woman, who appeared to be staff members at Eton College, and chatted outside, while standing next to a sign which reads: ‘The Porter’s Lodge’ – and another ‘no entry’ sign.
Prince William and his younger brother, Prince Harry, 38, were both secondary school pupils at Eton College, with William enrolling in 1995.
Currently, Eton College lists its tuition fees as £15,432 per half – with ‘half’ meaning ‘term’ and three terms in the school year.
Prince William and Prince George watch day 4 of the 2nd Ashes test at Lord’s as Prince George is given a replica of the Ashes Urn
The sports-loving duo appeared to be deeply concentrating on the game, with the British heir to the throne pointing out certain elements to George
An animated Prince George covers his face as he watches the action as England take on Australia
Seeing double! Prince George joined his father Prince William at the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, London
William (pictured left, today) has previously attended football matches with his eldest, including to watch their beloved Aston Villa play, as well as to the Euro 2020 final at Wembley
This totals to £46,296 per year for tuition fees at the prestigious school, whose alumni include David Cameron, Boris Johnson and George Osborne.
Following a move to Windsor last year, the Wales children all enrolled at Lambrook Primary School in Berkshire – just a ten-minute drive away from their new home, Adelaide Cottage.
Lambrook boasts of ‘first-class teaching and superb facilities’ which include a 25-metre swimming pool, a nine-hole golf course, an astroturf, hard courts, a squash court, cricket and other sports pitches.
Fees cost £4,389 a term for Reception to Year 2 pupils such as Louis, £6,448 per term for Years 3-4 like Charlotte, and £6,999 per term for George through Years 5-8, with an additional £1,481 per term for boarding for Y3-8.
Famous alumni include the actor Alex Pettyfer, the sons of wartime Prime Minister Herbert Asquith and entrepreneur Giles Clarke, who founded Majestic Wine.
Prior to the move, Prince George and his little sister, Princess Charlotte, eight, attended Thomas’s prep school on Battersea High Street.