At Wimbledon, Prince George makes his debut alongside Kate Middleton and…


At Wimbledon, Prince George makes his debut alongside Kate Middleton and Prince William

The 8-year-old future British king or queen made an unexpected cameo at Wimbledon 2022’s men’s singles final event on July 10—it was his first time at the tennis competition.

On day 14 of the championship at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, George sat in the Royal Box with his parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, to see Serbia’s Novak Djokovic take on Australia’s Nick Kyrgios.

George was seen waving to the crowd while sitting with his parents and donning a navy suit and striped tie. William chose a beige suit and a navy tie, while Kate wore a navy and white polka dot gown.

George and his dad met the ball boys and girls and other Wimbledon employees prior to the game. The Telegraph said that when George was asked who he was rooting for at the match but was too bashful to respond, William looked at him and whispered, “Djokovic.” After that, the Duke of Cambridge continued, “We’ll see if it persists.” He will back the victor. “

According to the publication, when questioned why the couple’s 7-year-old daughter Princess Charlotte was not present, Kate responded, “It’s George’s treat today.”

George has gone to sporting events with his parents in the past. The last time he was seen in public was in June, when he went to London with his mother, Charlotte, and his 4-year-old brother, Prince Louis, to celebrate his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.

Last week, Kate went to Wimbledon twice. On July 9, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared at Wimbledon’s women’s singles tournament wearing a yellow Roksanda dress.

On July 5, she also attended day nine of the competition while wearing a cornflower blue Alessandra Rich dress with polka dots. She was beside William, who won his own Wimbledon at age 9. The 22nd of July will mark George’s ninth birthday. Read More