Good morning. It’s Easter Monday. We’ve had quite a lazy day. I’ve been for a bit of a run this morning, but haven’t done much else. We’ve had a bit of lunch, and now we’re off to watch the football. We’re off to watch Cardiff City play. We’re really excited, aren’t we?
Yeah. I really want to see it.
It’s your first time watching football, isn’t it?
But not [Evie’s 00:00:25].
Yeah, it is.
Yeah, Eve’s seen rugby before, but she hasn’t seen football.
We don’t really know what to expect. They got a family stand and some family activities apparently. Yeah. It’s my first … No, I’ve seen a charity football match before, but it’s my first one here at Cardiff City. It’s our local one, so it’s quite exciting to go support our local team. We’ll take you with us.
Let me find out where we’re sitting.
What number are we?
I don’t know. Daddy knows.
Go Cardiff City. Go, go, go. You can do it, Cardiff. I know you can.
Yay, [crosstalk 00:05:18].
Yay. [inaudible 00:05:22] won, Mummy, didn’t they?
Somebody was worn out by the football.