England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final this Sunday – and it's no surprise that everyone wants a ticket to the Wembley game.
One kid is so desperate to get his claws on the ticket that he decided to pen a letter to Prince William asking him for help.
He told the royal if he can nab his wife Kate Middleton's ticket so he can attend the Euro final.
The seven-year-old said he would "share his snacks" if the Prince let him have the sought-after ticket.
His mum shared a picture of the handwritten note on Facebook with the caption: "I think my seven-year-old might be disappointed."
The note was addressed to the "Duke and Duchess of Cambridge" and carefully stated his case for the ticket.
He wrote: "Hello, I was wondering as Kate cannot go to the football match can I have her ticket please?
"I know your kind and like kids and I'm a kid. You have also both met my uncle Wayne and had a cup of tea with him.
"I don't like tea but I love football. Also my mummy said sharing is caring. You share your ticket and I'll share my snacks.
"Pretty please I really want to see us win. P.S. Football is coming home, it really is!"
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Since it was uploaded to Facebook, the post has since been liked over 5,000 times.
William, who is the president of the FA, was seen celebrating the Euro semi-finals and will attend Sunday's epic clash.
However, Kate is expected to attend Wimbledon on Sunday in her role as Patrol of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
There's no idea if William will bring his eldest child Prince George, who was seen cheering after England's win against Germany.
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