Prince William appears in great spirits as he watches England play Denmark in Euro 2020 semi finals

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The Duke of Cambridge, 39, put on a dapper display as he cheered on Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad at Wembley on Wednesday.
Prince William looked in high spirits as he supported England in the team's semi-final showdown against Denmark at Wembley this evening.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, who looked dapper in a suit, could be seen applauding from the stands as he cheered on Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad.

He joined Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie, as well as Danish royals Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 49, and her husband Crown Prince Frederik, 53, and their 15-year-old son Prince Christian, who also attended the highly anticipated match.

But while Prince William represented the British monarchy, his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, was forced to self-isolate after she came into contact with someone who tested positive - despite being double-jabbed and testing negative for the virus herself.

Prince William looked in high spirits as he watched England play Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi finals at Wembley today

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, cheered on Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad at Wembley on Wednesday

The royal who paired his smart outfit with a red and blue striped tie, was joined by fellow VIPs who were able to watch the game inside Wembley - including former football legend David Beckham.

The Danish press have been up in arms since it first emerged that their country's royal family will watch the national team play England in person at Wembley Stadium while millions of Danish football fans are being forced to watch the Euro 2020 semi-final from home.

The country's biggest newspaper Ekstra Bladet was among those slamming royals including Australian-born Crown Princess Mary and her son as they left for London yesterday to watch the much-anticipated clash.

Newspaper editor Henrik Qvortrup railed in an editorial that 'blue blood gives immunity in all respects'.

However, the Danish royal family hit back at the criticism and instead insisted that it was 'completely natural' that it 'represents Denmark' at the match.

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Nicole Conner, By Nicole Conner For Mailonline
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