Prince William and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard greet followers in London pub as royal watches England tackle Czech Republic
- The Duke of Cambridge attended an occasion at a pub in Battersea on Friday night time
- Prince William and Frank Lampard spoke with followers battling psychological well being points
- The Duke, 37, has been president of the Soccer Affiliation since 2006
- William and Lampard watched on as England performed towards Czech Republic
His royal highness and Lampard mingled with followers who’ve been supported by the Thoughts and CALM charities, who each try to fight psychological well being and suicide issues.
The Duke of Cambridge attended an occasion at a pub in Battersea in South West London
Prince William and Frank Lampard spoke with followers battling psychological well being points on Friday
Prince William, who since 2006 has been the president of the Soccer Affiliation, made the go to as a part of the Heads Up marketing campaign, which has been set as much as sort out psychological well being points amongst soccer followers, with the purpose to get soccer followers having extra conversations about their welfare.
The Prince and Lampard listened to followers discuss their tales within the pub, with every supporter joined by an individual who has been an integral determine of help by means of their struggles.
The Duke, 37, has been president of the Soccer Affiliation since taking over the publish in 2006
Prince William and Frank Lampard watched on as England performed towards Czech Republic
Talking on the occasion, William stated: ‘This yr, the FA and Heads Collectively have joined forces to launch Heads Up, displaying the world of soccer that our psychological well being is simply as necessary as our bodily well being, and that all of us must care for our on a regular basis psychological health, and supply help to at least one one other once we face setbacks, so we will be match match for no matter lies forward.’
That is the second time the Prince has been noticed at a football-related occasion up to now week.
William was at Carrow Street along with his son, Prince George, to observe his beloved Aston Villa thump Norwich Metropolis 5-1 within the Premier League.