Prince William has personally taken to the Royal Family's Twitter page to congratulate England's win over Colombia at the 2018 World Cup.
In a very rare circumstance, the 34-year-old royal wrote the personal message shared via the social media platform.
'I couldn’t be prouder of England – a victory in a penalty shootout!' he wrote.
'You have well and truly earned your place in the final eight of the #worldcup and you should know the whole country is right behind you for Saturday! Come on England! W.'
William, who regularly speaks out on his fondness for football, was obviously excited and thrilled with England's efforts in the series.
England has the world’s worst penalty shootout record in the world of soccer, losing them in World Cups in 1990, 1998 and 2006 and the European Championships in 1996, 2004 and 2012.
The penalty shootout against Columbia marks the firs time England has ever won with a penalty shootout.
As well as William's personal message to England's football team, the world was given another unprecedented glimpse into the royal family.
The sketches - some of which have never been seen before - were created during the formal portrait process. Included in the special collection are preparatory oil sketches of Prince William and Prince Harry, created by Nikky Phillips as she painted Charles' sons for their first portrait together in 2009.
The oil paintings usually hang on the walls of Highgrove, the private residence of Charles, 69, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and will go on public display for the first time during the summer opening of Buckingham Palace in a special exhibit called Prince & Patron.