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Prince William is getting back to work.
On Saturday, the Duke of Cambridge, who is the president of England's Football Association, attended the FA Cup Final and presented the trophy at Wembley Stadium in London.
During the finals, Leicester City defeated Chelsea with a 1–0 victory, winning the team their first-ever FA Cup.
"An incredible #FACupFinal victory, @LCFC!" the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote in a post on Instagram, along with a clip of the Duke awarding the trophy. "Congratulations to Leicester and@ChelseaFC on a great match, and to all the fans at Wembley for creating a fantastic atmosphere. "At today’s final we also celebrated the centenary of the @RoyalBritishLegion, who have spent the past 100 years of supporting our Armed Forces community, with the pre-match coin toss featuring a Royal British Legion 50 pence piece, created especially for the occasion."
The Emirates FA Cup Twitter sent Prince William a shoutout on social media, as well.
Saturday's FA Cup Finals came two weeks after William participated in a four-day social media boycott alongside some of England's biggest football clubs and most famous players. The boycott was organized as a stand against racist and sexist abuse online.
"This weekend we join the football community in the UK in uniting for a social media boycott from 3pm on Friday 30 April to 11.59pm on Monday 3 May, in response to the sustained abuse received online by players and many others in the football community," the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote on Instagram, in a post explaining their decision to participate in the boycott.
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