Kate And Meghan Watch Wimbledon Final Amid Rift Rumours

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Sitting directly behind the Duchess of Sussex: tennis great Martina Navratilova, the victor of 12 Wimbledon championships, more than any other female tennis player ever.

Meghan and Kate sat side by side in the royal box.

And their presence hardly went unnoticed.

"It was an honor to play in front of her", she gushed.

Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William watch Serbia's Novak Djokovic play Switzerland's Roger Federer.

For Meghan, the outcome of the match was probably not the one she had been hoping for.

Dave Knights, head of the service stewards at the championships, said: "They gave no indication at all about who they wanted to win".

Halep on Saturday handed the American legend a 6-2, 6-2 rout in the Wimbledon final to become the first Romanian to win a singles title at the All England Lawn Tennis Club. "I said to him 'Have you thought about having a word with any of the television cameras?' He looked a little uncomfortable", she concluded.

Markle, who counts Williams as a close friend, also watched the tennis star last week and irked fellow patrons after she allegedly asked for privacy and no photos to be taken of her in the stands.

"There is a lot of eye contact between the sisters-in-law here too, which, along with the laughter, should be seen as a sign they want to be seen as friendly together", she added. Among the universal flow of emotion was a place for sharp criticism Markle for what she does not know how to keep the baby.

On the other hand, Catherine came to Wimbledon to watch Roger Federer at Centre Court last week. Former tennis champion Martina Navratilova was seated behind them.

"That's unbelievable - I didn't know that, it is more special now!" And I'll stay a fan of the royals, ' he said. "Whenever they play that wonderful you just have to take your hat off and nod them on the head and congratulate them for all the hard work". "It was really, really impressive, so congratulations". "I worked hard every day for this trophy".



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