Will William and Kate attend the final of the Women’s Euro 2022?

A day of sporting pleasure for Kate? The Duchess will sail with Sir Ben Ainslie and Plymouth on Sunday – as royal fans call her and William to cheer on the Lionesses at Wembley that night

  • The Duchess of Cambridge will attend a sailing event in Plymouth on Sunday
  • Royal fans called Kate and William to cheer on the Lionesses that night
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended three Euro 2020 matches last year
  • The couple have yet to attend a women’s game but could be at Wembley on Sunday

The Duchess of Cambridge could be preparing for an exceptional sporting day on Sunday.

Kate Middleton, 40, will join Sir Ben Ainslie and the British SailGP team in a yacht race off Plymouth, channeling her competitive spirit as sailors go head-to-head with New Zealand.

The Duchess could then join husband Prince William in cheering on the Lionesses in the Women’s Euro 2022 final after royal fans called for the couple to make an appearance at Wembley.

Prince William, who is chairman of the Football Association, supported the England men’s team in three Euro 2020 matches last year but has yet to attend a women’s game.

SAR on the high seas! Kate Middleton, 40, will join Sir Ben Ainslie and the British SailGP team in a yacht race off Plymouth, channeling her competitive spirit as sailors go head-to-head with New Zealand. Pictured is the Duchess at a sailing regatta in August 2019

Exceptional sports day?  Kate could then join husband Prince William in cheering on the Lionesses in the Women's Euro 2022 final after fans called for the couple to make an appearance.  Pictured, William and Kate with Prince George at the Men's Euro 2020 last year

Exceptional sports day? Kate could then join husband Prince William in cheering on the Lionesses in the Women’s Euro 2022 final after fans called for the couple to make an appearance. Pictured, William and Kate with Prince George at the Men’s Euro 2020 last year

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their nine-year-old son Prince George to the round of 16 against Germany and the final against Italy. Prince William also attended the semi-final against Denmark.

One royal fan tweeted: ‘I really hope William makes it to the final if our Lionesses make it!’ He was at the Euro games for the men’s team last year, come on Wills, we need you to bring the same energy to the girls.

Another posted: “Congratulations to the lionesses for taking part in the EURO final at Wembley Stadium on July 31. Hopefully Prince William and the Cambridge children will be there.

MailOnline has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

The Duke of Cambridge has shared a message of support after the Lionesses’ stunning 4-0 win over Sweden in last night’s semi-final.

A royal appearance?  Prince William, who is chairman of the Football Association, supported the England men's team in three Euro 2020 matches last year but has yet to attend a women's game.  Royal fans have called on William to support the women's team

A royal appearance? Prince William, who is chairman of the Football Association, supported the England men’s team in three Euro 2020 matches last year but has yet to attend a women’s game. Royal fans have called on William to support the women’s team

He posted: “Congratulations @Lionesses on reaching the #WEURO2022 final on Sunday. The whole country is so proud of all you’ve achieved. We believe in you and will be with you every step of the way! W.’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on their annual summer vacation during which they take a step back from royal duties.

However, Kate will still make an appearance in Plymouth on Sunday in her role as Royal Patron of the 1851 Trust.

She will join a group of children taking part in the Protect Our Future program of the 1851 Trust, the official charity of the British SailGP team.

Competitive Kate!  The Duchess of Cambridge, pictured at a sailing event in 2019, will join British sailors in a race off Plymouth on Sunday

Competitive Kate! The Duchess of Cambridge, pictured at a sailing event in 2019, will join British sailors in a race off Plymouth on Sunday

The group will learn about seagrass beds, one of the most important natural tools to counter harmful changes in our climate.

As part of the activity, children will help make mats of seagrass to plant off Plymouth Sound that will improve marine health and help capture blue carbon.

After spending time ashore with Protect Our Future, Her Royal Highness will join the British team aboard their F50 hydrofoil catamaran to take part in a friendly “Commonwealth Race” against their New Zealand rivals, before the final day of the Grand Britain Sailing Awards. .

The New Zealand team will welcome environmentalist Lewis Pugh as a guest runner.

With Sir Ben Ainslie at the helm, the Duchess will become a member of the British crew, working with the rest of the team to pilot the boat at speeds of up to 50 knots (over 55 mph) against a neo-team. qualified Zealander helmed by Peter Burling.

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