‘Spot the Royals’ at Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Final
It was a game of ‘spot the royals’ in the Royal Box at Wimbledon yesterday afternoon, as Roger Federer and Andy Murray battled it out for the Gentlemen’s Singles Title.
The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her sister, Philippa Middleton, arriving in a Duchess-driven Land Rover. The two sisters sat in the front row of the Box, and watched the match with smiles on their faces. The Duchess wore a recycled cream dress and jacket set, while Middleton was wearing the same Project D peplum dress that Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wore to her niece’s christening in May.
The Duke of Kent, as President of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, was in the box as he has been many times these past two weeks. The Duke’s daughter, Lady Helen Taylor, watched the match beside her husband Timothy. Princess Alexandra of Kent and the Duchess of Gloucester were also present, as were Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor.
Also in the Royal Box were Prime Minister David Cameron, who had the Saltire flown outside 10 Downing Street beside the Union Jack in support of Murray, and David and Victoria Beckham.
Murray, the first British male to play in the Wimbledon final since 1936, took out the first set of the match before losing the next three to allow Federer his seventh Wimbledon title. The Duke of Kent presented both men with their runner’s up and winner’s trophies, with Murray breaking down in tears as he spoke to an interviewer.Filed under British Royals
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