PRINCE William has arrived for the final day of Wimbledon with Kate Middleton as Roger Federer attempts to net his ninth tournament title.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with senior figures from the All England Lawn Tennis Club this afternoon ahead of the clash.
They were all smiles despite the grey skies as they waved to crowds – with Kate looking stunning in a powder blue 50s-style dress from London-based designer Emilia Wickstead.
It is her third visit to Wimbledon this week as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Yesterday, she was joined by sister Pippa and Meghan Markle to watch Serena Williams’ crash out in straight sets against Simona Halep in the women’s final.
Kate was among the first people to congratulate the Romanian as she left the court to celebrate her first Wimbledon title.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister Pippa was also spotted sitting next to Kate and Meghan in the box at SW19.
There was no sign of any ill-feeling between the sisters in law as they smiled, chatted and clapped before the big match.
It’s the first time the royal women have stepped out, just the two of them, since they joined crowds at centre court together last year.
The united front came despite rumours of a row between the Sussex and Cambridge families.
The speculated feud has even seen the palace deliberately try to avoid “diary clashes” between Harry, Meghan, William and Kate to prevent “competition”, a royal author claimed.
Kate will be in the crowds again this afternoon at Centre Court as Swiss giant Federer takes on defending champion Novak Djokovic.
Last week, Federer revealed he had recently played tennis Prince George – with the 20-time grand slam winner describing the young royal as a “cute boy” who had “good” technique.
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Other celebs are also descending on Wimbledon – including singer Katherine Jenkins and actor Tom Hiddleston.
Forecasters are predicting the weather will remain “mainly fine, dry and sunny”.
But there is a “small chance” of “a light bit of rain” – although temperatures are expected to rise to 23C.