10 Years as FA President for Prince William, As He Reveals Charlotte Is Good At Football

  April 6, 2016 at 12:48 pm by

The Duke of Cambridge today attended a lunch at Wembley Stadium which marked his decade as the President of the Football Association.

After he posed for photographs outside the Stadium with FA Chairman Greg Dyke and board members Martin Glenn and Julie Harrington, Prince William delivered a speech at the lunch in which he discussed the current English Premier League season (he hopes Leicester will win the cup as it will be “good for the game”) and called for reform of the organisation’s governance (“There is a wind of change blowing through global sporting governance and we need to ensure we do not get left behind”).

William also told guests he spoke with that his 11-month-old daughter Princess Charlotte is “a very good footballer – you hold her hand and she kicks.”

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