Kate Middleton put on an animated display as she made her way to the royal box to watch Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios compete today on Center Court in the Wimbledon men’s singles final.

The Duchess of CambridgeThe 40-year-old wore a £1,335 navy polka dot Alessandra Rich dress for the third time this week and Prince William arrived from Prince Georgeeight, in the royal box to watch the nail-biting face unfold.

At eight, George is a huge tennis fan and reportedly took private lessons from Roger Federer back in 2019 when he visited the Cambridges at their residence in Norfolk.

The royals soaked up the sunshine as Djokovic chases his 14th Grand Slam title and Kyrgios tries to win his first. Ahead of tonight’s match, the two aces exchanged pleasantries on social media, agreeing that the winner of their game would invite the other to dinner.

They should have enough to pay the bill. Tonight’s winner is set to take home £2 million, while the runner-up will earn £1,050,000.

Mother-of-three Kate, who will have a front row seat when the game kicks off, was seen doting on her eldest son as he excitedly awaited the start of the game.

Kate is a patron of the Lawn Tennis Association and a regular at Wimbledon. Today marks her third appearance at the championships this year – she previously cheered on Cameron Norrie in his quarter-final match and watched Kazakhstan’s Alena Rybakina win the women’s title during yesterday’s final against Ons Jabert.

It marks a joyous period for the Duchess amid news yesterday that her sister Pippa is pregnant with her third child.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, wore a navy blue polka dot dress for the third time at the tournament this week as she and Prince William arrived with eight-year-old Prince George in the royal box to watch the nail-biting face-off unfold.

Kate Middleton and Prince William made a stylish pair as they waved to fans as they were led to the venue, with Prince George leading the way

Kate Middleton and Prince William made a stylish pair as they waved to fans as they were led to the venue, with Prince George leading the way

The Duchess of Cambridge was the epitome of Wimbledon chic in a dress with waist frills.

She kept the look simple and wore her hair straight to cope with the scorching heat in South West London.

She kept her make-up natural by applying bronzer and mascara, and completed the look with understated jewelery and silver earrings.

Meanwhile, Prince George, dressed in a blue jacket, looked delighted as he watched the game with his parents

The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, wore an elegant navy blue polka dot dress to watch the men's Wimbledon final with Prince William (right) and Prince George, eight

The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, wore an elegant navy blue polka dot dress to watch the men’s Wimbledon final with Prince William (right) and Prince George, eight

The royal couple walked to court led by eight-year-old son Prince George in a blue jacket, tie and white shirt.

The royal couple walked to court led by eight-year-old son Prince George in a blue jacket, tie and white shirt.

All of Cambridge wore blue at the Wimbledon final, and Kate had a very elegant silhouette in a new Alessandra Rich number

All of Cambridge wore blue at the Wimbledon final, and Kate had a very elegant silhouette in a new Alessandra Rich number

The mother-of-three wore eyeliner and a brush line, but kept her look simple as she wore her brown looks for the day at Wimbledon

The mother-of-three wore eyeliner and a brush line, but kept her look simple as she wore her brown looks for the day at Wimbledon

The Duke of Cambridge looked dapper in a gray blazer and blue chinos with a crisp white shirt.

Kate is an avid tennis fan and often attends Wimbledon as a patron of the All England Club.

The family even hold court at their country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

In April, the Duchess was spotted playing tennis with her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at the exclusive Hurlingham Club in Fulham, where annual membership costs from £1,600 a year.

The Duchess has incorporated tennis into a number of royal events, recently joining Emma Radukan on court for a victory match following her US Open win.

Wearing a gray blazer with blue trousers and a crisp white shirt, Prince William, 40, waved to fans this morning

Wearing a gray blazer with blue trousers and a crisp white shirt, Prince William, 40, waved to fans this morning

It comes amid a happy period for Kate and her family, as a source confirmed earlier today that her sister Pippa is “pregnant” with her third child – and is moving into the family’s £15m home in Berkshire.

38-year-old Pippa already has two children with husband James Matthews: three-year-old Arthur and one-year-old Grace.

She is rumored to be pregnant again after she arrived at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June looking with a baby bump.

Kate Bow – What does the Duchess of Cambridge Wimbledon’s favorite accessory mean?

Die-hard royal fans may have noticed that Kate Middleton has been wearing her beloved green and purple bow for years.

But even the most ardent fans may not realize that the royal’s Wimbledon accessory is actually a symbol of royal patronage bestowed upon her by the Queen.

In 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge took over from the Queen as Patron of the All England Croquet Club.

The green and purple bow is worn by members of the Management Committee during the Fortnight – AELTC General Council and LTA representatives. This means their responsibilities as the Committee that manages the tournament.

Patronus has always traditionally received the Committee’s bow in recognition of her role, so the Duchess chose to wear it when attending the Championships.

Dark green and purple were introduced in 1909 as the club’s previous colours, blue, yellow, red and green, were too similar to those of the Royal Marines.

Patronus has always traditionally received the Committee’s bow in recognition of her role, so the Duchess chose to wear it when she attended Wimbledon.

A source has now confirmed that Pippa and James are “delighted” at the news of the new arrival.

“Pippa and her family are thrilled,” friend Richard Eden confirmed to the Daily Mail. “It’s a very exciting time in their lives.”

Meanwhile, Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, are understood to be considering plans to build an extension on the property in the village of Bucklebury, which they bought for £4.7m a decade ago.

“Bucklebury hosts a significant number of refugees and Carol has been getting advice from villagers and looking for information on how the process has worked for others in the area,” the source said.

Neighbors who have already secured shelter include broadcaster Chris Tarrant and Tory politician Lord Benyon, a friend of the Middletons who recently held a refugee fundraiser at his stately home.

The source added: “Carol has been saying she wants the refugees to feel like they have their own place in her home and has been talking about the logistics of how it all works. There were several conversations about it, back and forth.

“Carol suggested that she and some of the people hosting the refugees meet to get to know each other and because she herself wants to find a way to host the refugees. She is very charitable and wants to be known for her charity as well as her business.’

One option being considered is to convert the living room of the seven-bedroom Bucklebury estate into self-catering accommodation for a family fleeing Ukraine.

However, there are security issues that still need to be addressed, given the regular visits to the property by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis.

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