Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the two eldest children of Britain’s Prince William and Princess Catherine, enjoyed the men’s final of the Wimbledon tennis tournament on Sunday. The two sat in the stands between their parents and watched the thrilling final between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic intensely, as evidenced by the photos.
George (9) and Charlotte (8) clapped and cheered for the points they got and sometimes put their hands in front of their faces for a foul. You can also see how the princess was watching with fingers crossed in excitement.
For Charlotte, it was the first time she had been allowed to go with her parents, and George was already there last year. Prince Louis’ brother would also have liked to be there, Catherine Ella Ottaway, who leads the youth program at Wimbledon, confided before the final. “He was sad that he was not allowed to go today,” said the princess.
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Like his older brother and sister, Louis is already a fan of tennis. Katherine tells one of the ball boys that Louis is actually training to be a ball boy too.
Since 2016, Katherine has been a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club which hosts the tournament at Wimbledon. In this capacity, she was allowed to award the trophy to winner Carlos Alcaraz on the Sunday after the final. On Saturday, she also distributed the awards after the women’s final.
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