Prince Charles to host Wales Euro 2016 bash?
Britain’s Prince Charles reportedly wants to host a royal reception for the Wales football team.
The 67-year-old royal is believed to be keen to throw a party for the footballers at Clarence House, for their hard work during the Euros 2016 semi-finals, despite losing out to Portugal in last week’s tournament.
According to The Sunday Times, he wants to say thank you for their efforts and for making the nation proud.
It comes after Prince Charles penned a heartfelt message to the players before the match.
He wrote: “Throughout the whole championship, you have set an inspiring example of teamwork and sportsmanship and I have no doubt that in this latest game you will continue to give your country even greater cause for pride.”
Meanwhile, Charles visited the National Lido of Wales in Pontypridd, South Wales last week and The Mayor of Rhondda Cynon Taff, Rhys Lewis gave him personalised football shirts for his grandchildren Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
He was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall on their trip and they were shown around the redeveloped lido, which has undergone £6.3 million renovations.
Meanwhile, Prince William also shared his support for the Wales football team and noted how they’d done better than England.
He wrote: “Congratulations on reaching the semi-finals of the Euro 2016 – and for progressing much further than England did.”