On her right was Katie Boulter, who is not competing at Wimbledon because of an on-going back injury, and on her other side was former tennis player Anne Keothavong who retired from the sport some years ago.
Royal connections have helped budding tennis player Prince George receive some coaching from one of the most talented men to swing a racket.
Prince George may only be five years old, but he's already working on his tennis swing - and learning from the best. "Such a privilege for me for her to get to see me play". "I think you should ask Jay about his reasons, that's all I want to say".
In nearly every photo Kate has shared of her children, at least one Cambridge tot is wearing a hand-me-down, be it a knitted jumper or a pair of shoes.
The 37-year-old was pictured holding a tube of the brand's Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector gloss in Shade-01 rose shimmer as she watched the tennis match.
"Pretty sharp right from the start", the top-seeded Barty said.
From the very first shot of George, to the most recent snaps of Louis, there has been one cute detail all the pictures have in common: hand-me-downs.
She said: "Of course, I think anyone would jump at the chance". Evans said: "I just want to do well at this tournament".
And, Kate reportedly added, little Prince George has even enjoyed a tennis crash course given by Federer himself at the Cambridges' court at their home in Norfolk.
"She s an incredible little girl who gives me so much inspiration".
The tennis champion became a good friend of the Duchess' sister, Pippa Middleton, when she interviewed him for Vanity Fair magazine in 2013. "You try to win your matches regardless of the score, if you win them in straights that's better", Federer said.
Federer revealed after his win over Clarke how he'd been practicing with the Prince George, who had told him he is his favourite player.