Prince George visited Wimbledon for the first time.His father has an 8-year-old child Support Novak Jovich to win the tournament..
The eldest son of the Duchess of Cambridge sat in a royal box on the center court with his parents and witnessed it. Djokovic faces Nick Kyrgios in the men’s singles final..
In advance, Royals greeted the ball boys and girls and other Wimbledon staff at Millennium Building.
The Duchess, Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), gave a summery impression with a navy blue skirt and a white polka-dotted top by designer Alessandra Rich.
When asked about Prince George coming to Wimbledon, she told him. That’s right. “He replied:” Yes. “
When asked why Princess Charlotte wasn’t there, she said, “Today is George’s treat.”
Prince George was also asked who he would support and looked shy to answer, so the Duke of Cambridge looked at him and whispered “Djokovic.” He supports the winner. “
Duke, who first joined Wimbledon at the age of nine in 1991, told staff about Kyrgios’ powerful serve and Djokovic’s experience in the Grand Slam final.
He said: “I think it will be a moving sight.”
The royal family also greeted a group of military personnel working as stewards in the championship – Lt. Col. Lucy Smith of the Army, Lt. Col. Philip Morton of the London Fire Brigade, Lt. Col. Chris Boucher of the Royal Air Force, and Lt. Col. Jackie Crook. from.
She then explained to Prince George what the members of the group were doing.
As a patron, the Duchess presents a trophy to the winner on Sunday.
It follows Saturday’s AELTC embarrassment when the royal family was forced to present the Venus Rosewater Dish to Russian-born Elena Ribankina, despite the club’s burden. Anger of sports authorities by banning Russian athletes..
Given allegations of assault during a tournament by a former Australian girlfriend, Kyrgios’ victory may not be the ideal public relations result for Wimbledon.