While this Sunday July 10 is marked by the Wimbledon final between Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic, Kate Middleton has decided to go to the royal box accompanied by her son, Prince George. But without Princess Charlotte.
Feast day in England. This Sunday, July 10, the whole world is watching the Wimbledon tennis courts. This London Grand Slam final, which opposes Nick Kyrgios to Novak Djokovic, is an opportunity for many celebrities to meet to experience a very special day under the sun of the Center Court. Including the royal family, which has an ultra-selective box in the heart of the most famous court central tennis court of Great Britain.
And for the occasion of this match between whimsical Aussie Nick Kyrgios to Serbian legend Novak Djokovic, Kate Middleton and Prince William, big tennis fans, have obviously decided to make the trip. More surprising: they went to Wimbledon with their son, Prince George. However, Princess Charlotte was not entitled to this beautiful gift. And there is a very specific reason for this.
Kate and William decided to take George to Wimbledon
Born on July 22, 2013, this invitation to Wimbledon is an early birthday present for the little boy who is about to turn nine. For her part, her little sister, born in May 2015, was considered too young to accompany his family. Dressed in a gorgeous little suit, a family friend asked George who he was going to support. Too shy to answer, William took the floor to answer: “We’ll see how long it lasts. He’ll back the winner.” A beautiful day that will necessarily remain in memory of the young prince.
Prince George – Wimbledon Kate and William decided to take George to Wimbledon.
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