The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend Wimbledon's Gentlemen's Singles Final
Prince William and Kate Middleton enjoyed a nice sunny day at Wimbledon, where they were able to watch the Gentlemen's' Singles Final.
The royal outing, which also served as a date, took place on Sunday afternoon, July 15, 2018, in London, and the Royals had quite a lot of fun throughout the day.
In fact, William and Kate had such a great time that they even had the pleasure of chatting with tennis legend Rod Laver, with pictures of the moment ending up on Wimbledon's official Twitter account.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decided to leave their three children - George, Charlotte and Louis, at home to enjoy the anticipated match between Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson, which ended with Djokovic taking home the prestigious trophy.
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Before the start of the match, William and Kate were spotted sharing laughs and smiles, quite similar to what happened the day before when Kate attended the Ladies' Singles Final with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.
Aside from being an all-female outing, it was also the first time that Kate and Meghan attended a public event together while representing the Royal Family.
The Duchess of Cambridge is known for being quite a tennis fan and amateur player, having a court at home, at Ammer Hall, where she has played before with her husband.
In October 2017, the mother-of-three showed off her skills with a tennis racket on her first solo outing since the announcement that she was pregnant with Prince Louis.
The Wimbledon tournament is very dear to Kate, who has been attending matches ever since she was a little girl with her family, and being able to do the same now with Prince William makes it so much more special.