Watch: Prince George Reacts Happily to England Goal, Comforted By William After Loss

Prince George of Cambridge, who is the son of Prince William and Catherine, showed the highs and lows of watching international soccer on Sunday. And he melted the hearts of both Britain and the world.

The family was part of a raucous crowd at Wembley Stadium on Sunday in London to watch England play Italy in the 2020 European Championships that were delayed a year from the COVID-19 pandemic.

There are various clips of Prince George circulating around the web, including the country's national anthem, England's lone goal in regulation, and the heartbreak of defeat by losing the championship. After Italy won the 1-1 match on shootout kicks (3-2), William comforts an apparently sad George.

George, who is third in line to become King of England, was wearing a suit and tie, just like his father.

Here is the reaction of George after England took a 1-0 lead, just two minutes into the game, when Luke Shaw scored for the home crowd.

Video of the moment England scored their goal,We can see how happy William and George were😁😁 And the hug of Daddy and son and then there was Mommy.

— Catherine And William 🇧🇷 (@kateandwillian) July 11, 2021

England took their 1-0 lead through halftime and all the way to the 67-minute mark before Italy's Leonardo Bonucci scored to tie the game. The match went through 90 minutes of regulation and 30 minutes of overtime, but was still tied at 1-1 after two hours of play.

The teams each got five shootout shots from penalty-kick range, and England held a 2-1 advantage after two kicks per team.

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Britain's Prince William (R), Duke of Cambridge, talks with Prince George of Cambridge (C), during the UEFA EURO 2020 final football match between Italy and England at the Wembley Stadium in London on July 11, 2021. Photo by FRANK AUGSTEIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Italy tied the game and then took a 3-2 lead. England had the final kick, and they could have tied the match. However, Bukayo Saka, who is one of the youngest to ever play in the Euro, had his shot blocked by Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. Italy celebrated its first title since 1968, when they defeated Yugoslavia.

Meanwhile, Prince William comforted a dejected George.

James: I didn’t think you were watching #Euro2021
Me: I’m not.
James: How’d you know England lost?
Me 👇

— RevDaniel (@RevDaniel) July 11, 2021

Sunday's game was the first time the European title was decided by a shootout since Czechoslovakia defeated West Germany during 1976.

Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium went through two extra periods before the shootout began. Italy shot a dart into the left side of the net before England tied it up with a shot in the same place. England blocked Italy's second shot before Harry Maguire found the upper right part of the net to give England a 2-1 lead.

Italy's third shot was good when Domenico Berardi found the top middle, and it was tied, 2-2, after three shots when England's next shot went off the left post.

Italy took a 3-2 lead and then blocked England's fourth shot. Italy's Jorginho could have won it on the fifth shot, but it was blocked. Then Saka's shot was blocked, sending Italian fans into a frenzy nit just in London and Rome, but around the world.