Kate, who is warm-heartedly known for her love of tennis, was joined by her husband the Duke of Cambridge as they took prime state on centre court to watch Andy Murray and
Canada’s Milos Raonic cam ign fight it out to take the Wimbledon crown.
Wearing a £2,300 dress by Alexander McQueen, highlighting butterflies, jewels and trinkets, she joined a vast array of famous deals in the royal box including Sherlock Holmes star Benedict Cumberbatch and actor Hugh Endowment.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were also joined in the royal box by David Cameron and his nurture Mary.
Andy Murray walked out to raucous cheers as he took to concentrate court in an bid to secure his second Wimbledon title.
The 29-year-old acknowledged the drive before putting on his game face.
Excited fans filled the pivot court, some in Union flag outfits, and others ying a nod to the Scot’s birthright by wearing tartan caps.
The Duchess recently revealed that two-year-old Prince George is already a little ace at the stime.
On a visit to Wimbledon ahead of the championships, Kate met players, ball knaves and girls and members of the Armed Forces and emergency services.
Chatting to erstwhile tennis star Greg Rusedski, Kate let slip that George had his own racquet, much to the glory in of the star.