The Duke and Duchess recorded a message to commemorate the Commonwealth country's inaugural Thank a First Responder Day.
It marks her appearance in public since lockdown began in the UK.
The little Prince's name will be announced "in the coming days."
Members of the royal family reached out to individuals who are struggling during quarantine.
The Cambridges were sitting in the home stands, but rooting for the away team—and George had to be told not to cheer quite so loud.
"I am so excited to celebrate yours and Edo’s love when we all are out of lockdown," she wrote on Twitter.
Be sure to eat a slice with your afternoon tea, as the Queen did every afternoon!
The couple's celebration was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"We can't get together this year, but we're still seeing courage all around us."
Proceeds will benefit the Old Vic theater, which is struggling amid the pandemic.
Will also opened up about how he and Kate "support each other."
The British Prime Minister is still recovering from COVID-19.
The Queen's son has always denied accusations of inappropriate behavior.
Prince William's oldest child will turn 7 later this summer.
"I’m not much of an actor," she joked to Waititi before diving into the reading.