Kate Middleton arrives at Wimbledon with Prince William in front of the men's final

Kate Middleton arrives at Wimbledon with Prince William in front of the men's final

The duchess of Cambridge and her husband have arrived at Wimbledon for the second time in two days to see the men's final.

After joining her sister Pippa and Meghan Markle for women's final Saturday, Kate Middleton has led to SW19 to watch Roger Federer take on Novak Djokovic.

She stayed with her husband Prince William for the occasion.

As she did yesterday, Kate arrived plenty of time to chat with Wimbledon workers and wave to fans, with the final not due to start at 14.00.

Kate and coming to Wimbledon

She wore a powder blue 1950s dress from a collection of London-based designer Emilia Wickstead, while William looked relaxed in a gray navy pants jacket.

The royal couple also met with senior characters from the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), including the Chief Referee and former player Andrew Jarrett.

Their pre-match meeting and greeting were temporarily interrupted when Federer crossed the bridge between the Millennium Building and Center Court.

The Duke and Duchess chat with a Wimbledon official

Kate changed yesterday's Wimbledon green dress to a light blue number

Kate was closed last Saturday by Meghan Markle, who was there to mess up the old friend Serena Williams.

Unfortunately, it was not possible for the Duchess of Sussex to find his rhythm against an impenetrable Simona Halep who won in two sets.

Yesterday, the Duchess had a green short-sleeved Dolce and Gabbana dress with gold buttons.

She spoke to a group of junior players because of playing in a girls double finals on Saturday.

Meghan arrived shortly before the match started at 14 in a white top and a long skirt.

While yesterday's last turned out to be a small side, today's promises promise to be a burning affair.

The duchess seemed happy to be back in SW19

Kate and want to say hello to some of the ball boys

Djokovic seeks to claim his fifth Wimbledon final, while Federer seeks to build on his record eight grass grand slam titles.

Earlier in the tournament, Federer showed that he had recently played tennis with Kate's son Prince George, with the 20-year-old Grand Slam winner describing the young royal as a "sweet boy" who had "good" technique.

Although the main event yesterday was the ladies' final, the royal women also shared the scene.

It was the first time the couple was seen alone in official capacity since rumors of a huge fallout, including reports that Kate was in tears at Princess Charlotte's bridesmaid skirting.

Smiles all round in front of the big game

Duchess chatted with ball boys and girls

Both royal women who were together at a charity polo match earlier this week have been in previous rounds of the competition, but on different days.

Kate, who has been a regular Wimbledon since 2011, stopped today two in this year's tournament to see British number four Harriet Dart take on American Christina McHale.

Later, she took her seat in the Court's Royal Box to see defense master Angelique Kerber's open and Wimbledon King Roger Federer in her role as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.

Meghan's first trip to SW19 this year turned out to be a bit more controversial.

The royal couple shared close chats during the match

Meghan's staff intervened as a man seemed to take pictures of the Duchess

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The duchess of Sussex was photographed with two friends in the middle of a sea of ​​green seats.

Tennis fans who were close to her were forbidden to take pictures of the royal, despite the fact that the match was shown live on the BBC.

A man was told to take a snap when he actually took a selfie with the court in the background.

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