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Prince George witnessed an exciting tennis match on Sunday when he was joined by his parents Kate Middleton and Prince WilliamFor his first experience at Wimbledon.
Their eldest son, who will turn 9 on July 22, surprised fans of the sport when he watched the men’s singles final at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London.
Prince George, dressed in his Sunday best, was on hand to see Novak Djokovic wins 7th Wimbledon The title was defeated by Nick Kyrgios in four sets 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7).
Djokovic returned after conceding the first set in favor of Kyrgios. The win was his second consecutive title at the All England Club.
George celebrated the one time with his parents because his siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, weren’t at the famous event
Middleton wore a navy blue wrap dress with white dots to match her son’s dark blue jacket and tie.
The Duchess of Cambridge also wore a green and purple brooch to denote her status as Royal Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis The Croquet Club (AELTC.)
William stayed cool in a khaki suit with a blue long-sleeved shirt and dark tie.
Middleton was in attendance the day before against Russian-born Elena Rybakina to beat third seed Anas Jabeur in a historic women’s final.
Rybakina, 23, is also the youngest Wimbledon women’s champion since Petra Kvitova in 2011.
The royals are regular players at the annual event and were seen watching the men’s singles quarter-final match earlier in the week when Djokovic beat Yannick Sener, as well as Cameron Norrie’s victory over David Goffin.
Middleton is passionately impressed From this sport, and the annual summer competition, which she has missed Wimbledon only twice since her marriage to Prince William in 2011.
The first event she missed was in 2013 when she was pregnant with Prince George, who was born weeks after the end of the summer series.
In 2020, the tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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