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Video: Kate Middleton Joins Enthusiastic Tennis Fans at Wimbledon Final

Princess Kate Middleton, an avid tennis enthusiast and player, graced Wimbledon once again with her presence on Saturday as she attended the women’s championship.

Seated in the distinguished Royal Box, Kate Middleton eagerly watched the exciting match between 24-year-old unseeded Czech player Markéta Vondroušová and the No. 6 seed, Ons Jabeur from Tunisia.

As the royal patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, a position she assumed in 2017 following the late Queen Elizabeth II, Kate’s affinity for the sport is well-known.

Earlier in the tournament, she delighted in attending day two of Wimbledon, where she had the privilege of sitting alongside the legendary eight-time Wimbledon champion, Roger Federer. Federer, who retired from professional tennis last year, provided a captivating companion to the princess.

In a delightful showcase of her own tennis prowess, Kate, a devoted mother of three, engaged in a friendly match with Federer. The playful encounter was captured in a video released in honor of Wimbledon’s esteemed ball boys and girls, further highlighting Kate’s deep connection to the tournament.

Princess Kate’s continued presence and engagement at Wimbledon exemplify her passion for tennis and her commitment to supporting the sport and its players.

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