Meghan Markle to cheer Wimbledon royal Serena Williams in tournament final
If she wins on Saturday, Williams will become the first to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish since Goolagong triumphed 38 years ago. People report that the woman, 43-year-old Elaine Adam-Stewart, was answered with laughter from the newly wedded royal.
Despite his comments Meghan gleamed with Kate Middleton yesterday as the Duchesses enjoyed a girl's day out at Wimbledon together without their husbands.
This will be the first Wimbledon royal box experience for Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, although the 36-year-old has attended the tournament in previous years before meeting now-husband Prince Harry. Both duchesses exuded Wimbledon chic, with Meghan wearing wide-legged cream pants with a blue and white Ralph Lauren shirt.
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Markle is a longtime friend of Williams' and has attended Wimbledon before, though before she married Prince Harry and became royalty. The hat is a notable leftover from her Suits days, as she was seen wearing it at a panel with her co-stars previous year.
But after the semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal was suspended at 11pm on Friday night, they also got the added treat of seeing that match resuming. The pair had an overnight stay aboard the Royal Train before attending Royal Ascot, which was her Royal Ascot debut.
"So although these two women are the same age Kate's signals make her look more grown up than the very excited-looking Meghan".
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Kate Middleton will be back at the Centre Court tomorrow to watch the men's final. Last week, she beat Julia Görges 6-2, 6-4 in the Wimbledon semifinals and now stands at one win away from her eighth championship.