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Prince William watched the World Cup with Crown Prince of Jordan at his slick man cave


Hat-trick hero Harry Kane helped England secure their biggest ever World Cup victory as the Three Lions demolished Panama 6-1 Sunday afternoon.

For England fans around the world it would've been impossible to avoid news of the score - except for one man. Prince William managed to escape the results all day before watching a recorded version of the match hours after it had finished.

The Duke of Cambridge settled down with the Crown Prince of Jordan to watch England's match against Panama lastnight - after begging photographers not to tell him what the score was.

The pair enjoyed some refreshments while watching the World Cup game on an enormous television in a luxurious man cave in Amman, Jordan.

The 36-year-old Duke of Cambridge, who is the president of England's Football Association, began a historic five-day tour of the West Bank today.

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He arrived in Jordan for the start of a trip that will see him become the first member of Britain's royal family to pay an official visit to both Israel and the Palestinian territories.

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The Duke touched down in Amman for a first leg billed as a chance to bond with Jordan's Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah, 23, a fellow graduate of Britain's Royal Sandhurst Military Academy.

During a lengthy conversation about football, the Duke laughed as he pleaded with journalists travelling with him on the plane: ‘On pain of death, please don’t tell me the score!’

He later revealed that his host, the Crown Prince of Jordan, had told his staff to record the match so they could watch it over dinner later than evening.

Sure enough, the new friends nestled down on a sofa with some drinks to scrutinise England's performance in their second match of the tournament.

And after Kensington Palace released a photo on Twitter of the Duke and Prince watching a rerun of the match in a stunning living room, social media users were quick to show their appreciation.

During a lengthy conversation about football, the Duke laughed as he pleaded with journalists travelling with him on the plane: ‘On pain of death, please don’t tell me the score!’

He later revealed that his host, the Crown Prince of Jordan, had told his staff to record the match so they could watch it over dinner later than evening.

Sure enough, the new friends nestled down on a sofa with some drinks to scrutinise England's performance in their second match of the tournament.

And after Kensington Palace released a photo on Twitter of the Duke and Prince watching a rerun of the match in a stunning living room, social media users were quick to show their appreciation.

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England secured their biggest ever World Cup victory, thrashing their Group G opponents 6-1 in their second game of the tournament

Culled from Daily Mail

My view: Great picture of Prince William and the Crown Prince of Jordan. watching the game intently, it appears that some social media users were captivated by the Crown Prince of Jordan's good looks.