Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle turned heads when they attended the Wimbledon final, with fans thrilled to see the Duchess' enjoying the nail-biting match together after reports of tension.
Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge will sit side-by-side in the royal box at Centre Court for the end of the women's singles tournament, starting at 9 a.m. EST.
But commentators later dismissed claims indicating the sisters-in-law were the root cause of the break between the younger members of the Royal Family as they suggested Prince Harry and Prince William had instead fallen out.
She's such a great friend and a great person as well.
Kate reportedly shared that George's favorite player is Federer - and the 5-year-old has even played tennis with the sports star.
The new champion also had the two Royals in stitches as she told TV presenter Clare Balding she had not realised Kate would be watching.
Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle took to the royal box at Wimbledon on Saturday in an effort to show a united front amid rumours of a royal feud.
It is the second trip to Wimbledon this year for the both of them.
"The pair seem to giggle together but Meghan also shares her laughter with Kate's sister Pippa, who appears to have been strategically placed on her other side to place her in a close unit position in the line-up", added Judi".
"That's fantastic. I didn't know that", said the Romanian, who clinched her first Wimbledon title. On Sunday morning, the couple attended the Gentlemen's Singles Final to watch Roger Federer take on Novak Djokovic for the winning title.
The Duchess of Cambridge meet ballboys and ballgirls ahead of the Men's Singles Final on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon.
It's back to Wimbledon for Kate Middleton, and this time she brought along Prince William to cheer courtside with her.
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Federer also won more points and more games, conjured more break points and delivered nearly three times as many aces as the Serb. It'll either be Wimbledon championship No. 9 for Roger Federer or No. 5 for Novak Djokovic when they meet in the final.
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Since the officers were not wearing body-camera, authorities will investigate footage from nearby CCTV camera, Cool added. People in detention always are the last ones to know what's happening outside, ' Mora-Villalpando told the newspaper.