Prince William and Prince George upset a Canary fan during a football game.

Last week, Prince William and Kate Middleton took Prince George and Princess Charlotte to a football game to support their favorite team Aston Villa. Many were delighted after seeing an emotional Prince George jumping, clapping and shouting as he cheered for the team.

However, a Canary fan named Dennis Bates was upset at the royals and questioned why they were seated in the same row dedicated for the Norwich City fans. He stressed that he has no issues with the royals, in fact, he is a fan.

“Whilst I do not have a problem welcoming the future heir to our throne and his family to Carrow Road, I found it strange that he was allowed to sit with his family in an area of the Jarrold stand which is clearly singled outside as a section for ‘Home Fans Only’ adding on the sign ‘You will be ejected from the ground if you do not comply with this regulation’,” Bates wrote.

He added that he understood why they didn’t find seats with the Villa supporters’ section but do not understand why they did not sit at the directors’ box which comes with much better security. He confessed that if he was near the royals’ seat, he would have asked a club steward to have them removed.

“I am a fan of our Royal Family, and especially of our partially local-based William and Kate, but the Royal Prince was very lucky that my seat was approximately 30 rows below his and not nearer, because with Prince George apparently jumping for joy at every Villa goal, I would have found it extremely difficult not to approach a club steward and politely ask ‘would it be possible to have these away supporters very quietly removed?’”

Bates was convinced that the royals’ presence at the City stand had an effect on the game. While Bates was upset, many were impressed with how Prince William and Middleton were able to slip in and out of their seats in a low-key fashion.

According to Daniela Elser, their presence was so “unobtrusive” that it was difficult to tell who their extended group and who were their protection officers. Their attendance at the game was so different when Meghan Markle watched Wimbledon in July where her security was caught telling fans not to take photos or selfies with the duchess.