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July 12, 2018

Prince William shares powerful message to the nation after England team loses

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The world was watching as England played against Croatia on Wednesday and the Duke of Cambridge was one of them! 

In a message shared on the official Twitter page of Kensington Palace, Prince William said how proud he was of their team and that the Three Lions should be holding their heads high despite their disappointment. 

'You’ve had an incredible #WorldCup, made history, and gave us fans something to believe in. We know there is more to come from this @england team.'

Prince William, Twitter/Kensington Palace, July 11, 2018. 

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As reported by Harper's Bazaar, Prince William is not only a fan of the sport but the president of the Football Association as well. 

This is not the first message the Prince shared with is Twitter followers, and has been commenting throughout the World Cup, ending all his messages with the letter 'W.' 

Earlier this month he said it'd been an incredible world cup so far and that he's been enjoying every minute. William also reminded the team that 'Football's coming home!' 

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When England played Columbia on July 3, William commended them for their victory in the penalty shootout and added that they've truly earned their place in the final eight.  

Sadly, England lost against Croatia, and while their World Cup journey is now over, fans are still proud of what they've achieved.

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Twitter user Margaret Buter said 'Football did come home, made us proud, brought a nation together and can build for the future,' while Anika Glass wished them better luck for next year. 

A user known simply as GB Rules said the best is yet to come, along with all the glory and recognition that goes with it. Fan reactions can be followed on Twitter by searching the 'threelions' hashtag.  

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