Cheeky seven-year-old asks Prince William if he can have Kate Middleton’s ticket for the Euro final

A CHEEKY seven-year-old boy has written a letter to Prince William asking if he can take Kate Middleton’s ticket to the Euro final on Sunday. 

The little boy adorably said he would “share his snacks” if the royal let him use the highly sought-after ticket. 

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His mum shared a photo of the handwritten note on Facebook with the caption: “I think my 7year old might be disappointed.”

The boy’s note was addressed to the “Duke and Duchess of Cambridge”, and carefully stated his case for the ticket. 

He wrote: “Hello, I was wondering as Kate cannot go to the football match can I have her ticket please.

“I know your kind and like kids and I’m a kid.

“You have also both met my uncle Wayne and had a cup of tea with him.

“I don’t like tea but I love football.

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“Also my mummy said sharing is caring. You share your ticket and I’ll share my snacks.

“Pretty please I really want to see us win.

“P.S. Football is coming home, it really is!”

Since being uploaded to Facebook, the post has been liked over 5,000 times. 

We can’t blame Jack for trying!

William, who is the current president of the FA, was seen celebrating at the Euros semi finals on Wednesday and will attend Sunday's final.

However, the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to attend the Wimbledon Tennis Men’s Final on Sunday, in her role as Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

It's not yet known if William will bring his lucky charm, son George – who previously cheered in the stands as England claimed a historic victory over Germany.

The six-year-old youngster, who wore the same tie and jacket as his dad, could be seen beaming as he enjoyed the game.

The Duchess has been isolating after a Covid contact as she attended Wimbledon last week but this will have ended by the weekend.

She was alerted after taking her seat in the Royal Box on Friday and left straight away at around 4pm before Briton Dan Evans took to the court.

We shared inside Kate Middleton’s covid quarantine from baking and watching Wimbledon to using private gym in 20 room house.

And here's how relatable Kate Middleton is the Queen of Normal – from mum-drinks in the pub to bargain shopping in Sainsbury’s.

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