DAVID Beckham and son Romeo were all smiles as England beat German 2-0 in yesterday's Euro 2020 clash.
But eagle-eyed fans enjoyed a royal treat as Prince William and Kate Middleton photobombed the Beckhams' Wembley snap.
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Becks, 46, and 18-year-old Romeo joined Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding and David Seaman in a star-studded Royal Box to cheer on Gareth Southgate's men.
The jubilant ex-England captain and his son posed for a picture after goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane sent England into Saturday's quarter-finals.
William, 39, Kate, 39, and football-mad Prince George were pictured in the stands roaring on the Three Lions to victory.
And the Cambridges accidentally barged in on the Beckhams' celebrations after the game as they rose from their seats as the selfie was taken.
ROYAL BOX FIRST TEAM
William, who is President of The FA, was seen pumping his fists in delight as England sunk Germany in a knock-out tie for the first time since 1966.
Seven-year-old George was dressed for the occasion in a smart navy blue jacket, shirt and official FA tie as he cheered England to a famous victory.
It is thought to be Kate's first time watching an England men's international in person.
Ed Sheeran donned an England shirt and was spotted sharing a joke with Beckham in the stands.
The Shape Of You hitmaker was joined by wife Cherry Seaborn among a stellar first-team of stars enjoying England's explosive win.
William had travelled from Scotland for the 5pm showdown, after visiting a shipyard to meet the team building HMS Glasgow earlier.
But it's unlikely England fans will be able to jet to Rome to watch Saturday's showdown with Ukraine.
Anybody who arrives from the UK will be ordered to self-isolate for five days after arriving in Italy.
THREE LIONS ROAR
But England fans living in the EU could be given tickets to the Euro 2020 quarter final so they can cheer on the Three Lions in Rome.
Last night's victory sparked wild celebrations, with fans across the country toasting an end to the national team's Germany hoodoo.
Boozy supporters scaled poles and chanted "It's Coming Home" after goals from Sterling and Kane sent England into the last eight.
Wembley erupted in the second half as Sterling – the Three Lions' star man of the tournament – broke the deadlock in the 75th minute with a tidy finish from Luke Shaw's low cross.
Eleven minutes later, skipper Kane sent England fans wild as he headed in the second goal from a perfectly weighted Jack Grealish ball – leaving the Germans stunned.
Englandlost to the old enemy 4-1 at the 2010 World Cup Final, after being beatne on penalties at the Euro 1996 semi-final.
The Three Lions endured another semi-final penalty shoot-out heartache against the Germans at the 1990 World Cup.
But with Ukraine next on Saturday and a possible semi-final against the Czech Republic or Denmark at Wembley are fans are once more dreaming its coming home.
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