The FA marks the birth of Prince George with a special version of the new England shirt
Sir Stanley Matthews, David Beckham and Bryan Robson – just three of England's most famous No7s.
All of them earned royal honours but none of them scored a regal seal of approval quite like this.
The Football Association has marked the birth of HRH Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge by printing a special version of the new England shirt.
Baby George could potentially be the seventh King George to be given that name and it was only last October that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge opened St. George's Park, the national football centre.
And The FA - whose president is HRH The Duke of Cambridge - was quick to have a commemorative version of the kit created to mark George's arrival.
An FA spokesman said: "We, along with the rest of the nation, were delighted with Monday's news of baby George's birth.
"We hope His Royal Highness appreciates our gesture and who knows, perhaps one day George will follow in the footsteps of some of the other famous No7s who have worn the Three Lions shirt."