Prince George steals the show at Wimbledon but where was Princess Charlotte?

Prince George enjoyed a royal day out at Wimbledon today, revealing his favorite player

Prince George at Wimbledon
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Prince George was spotted at Wimbledon today alongside mum and dad, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Prince George looked to be having the time of his life at Wimbledon today, smiling happily in support of his favorite player, Djokovic.

Prince George was asked at the sporting event who he was supporting, but while he looked too shy to answer the question, dad Prince William answered for him and whispered, “Djokovic,” before cheekily adding, “we’ll see how long it lasts. He’ll support the winner,” according to reporting from The Telegraph. 

Prince George and parents at Wimbledon 2022

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It would seem the Cambridge family are having a brilliant time at Wimbledon 2022, with the Duchess of Cambridge spotted playfully blowing her parents a kiss at Wimbledon this week. Meanwhile, mum Carole Middleton stunned in a floral Boden jumpsuit (and it's miraculously still in stock!)

Duchess Catherine is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), so it makes sense that she has such an active role in the Wimbledon tennis season. 

Kate Middleton's dresses and outfits have been as stylish as ever while gracing the court. Today she wore a polka-dot navy skirt and top by designer Alessandra Rich, and Kate stole the show in a bright white Emelia Wickstead dress earlier this week.

Prince George and Kate Middleton at Wimbledon

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When asked about Prince George watching the Wimbledon match, Duchess Catherine said to him, “Is this your first time? It is, isn’t it?” to which he replied, “Yes,” reports The Telegraph.

Then when asked why Princess Charlotte was not there, the Duchess simply replied, “it’s George’s treat today”.

Novak Djokovic was subsequently crowned winner of the match - and we're sure Prince George was over the moon!

Lauren Hughes

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