Kate and William were back at Wimbledon today for the Gentlemen’s Championships.
The match was between Roger Federer…
and Novak Djokovic.
Others watching today’s match included Carole, Michael and Pippa Middleton, as well as Pippa’s boyfriend Nico Jackson. And I could well be wrong, but it looks like Bear Grylls is sitting behind Mr. Jackson.
Kate Beckinsale, Bradley Cooper and many I’m sure I have missed were also at Centre Court. Below we see Victoria and David Beckham.
Wimbledon champion Rod Laver was in attendance, along with actor Samuel L. Jackson, seen here next to Victoria Beckham.
Actor Hugh Jackman posted a photo on Instagram as he took his seat with his wife Deborra-Lee Furness. (Mr. Jackman shaved his head for the role of Blackbeard in a new Peter Pan film.)
Here you see the Duke and Duchess arriving at Centre Court, about to take their seats in the Royal Box.
William and Kate were as expressive and engaged watching this match as they were at the men’s quarter-final match between Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov.
And product shots of the dress.
In terms of accessories, Kate carried her Avona clutch from LK Bennett and a creamy ivory scarf that is unidentified at this point.
She was wearing her Givenchy sunglasses.
By the way, when all was said and done, it was Mr. Djokovic who won what became an epic match. Wimbledon has posted a video, toward the middle/end you see William and Kate congratulating him inside the Club. You can hear the Champ thank them for staying through the entire match that lasted nearly 4 hours (3 hours, 56 minutes to be precise).
- visit the Wimbledon website for all manner of photos, background, blogs and more, it is a splendid site. You can also follow the All England club on Facebook here, or the Wimbledon Twitter feed here, the Club’s Instagram photos are here
- to watch a brief video with Mr. Federer’s wife Mirka, and their twin daughters, click here
- ITV has just released a 1-hour documentary, “Inside Asprey – Luxury by Royal Appointment“. From ITV‘s description: “…filmed over one summer, which goes behind the scenes at the Asprey store on New Bond Street, renowned for its luxury goods for over 230 years.” It looks like the doc will be available to view online for another 27 days.
- the Daily Mail’s basic story is here and its ‘fashion parade’ story is here; the Daily Mirror‘s live blog is here and its photo-rich story is here, the Express story is here,