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Are the royals at Wimbledon?
Royal Returns to Wimbledon for the Men's Final. Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is seen in the stands during Day Thirteen of The Championships - Wimbledon 2021 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 11, 2021 in London, England. Kate Middleton returned to the Royal Box for the final day of Wimbledon. PEOPLE.comKate Middleton's Sporty Weekend! Royal Returns to Wimbledon for the Men's Final
12 July, 2021 - 06:27pm
Today might just end up being the ultimate sporting Sunday - and Kate Middleton appeared to be thoroughly enjoying it as she cheered on players at the Wimbledon finals at SW19 with a Mexican wave - and crossed her fingers over hopes for the England team at Wembley tonight.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked a vision of summer chic in a £695 crepe midi dress in blush pink by London-based designer Beulah, paired with budget-conscious £30 Nicholes court shoes in nude from Aldo.
The royal teamed her stylish look with a Josef beaded flap clutch bag, Mappin & Webb Empress drop earrings and a pretty pink and white floral face covering.
Kate, 39, who was forced to miss most of the second week of Wimbledon after being forced to self-isolate from last Friday, looked delighted to be there for the final day of action.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her father Michael Middleton joined Scott Lloyd, CEO of the Lawn Tennis Association, in taking part in a Mexican wave at today's match on court three between Brit Gordon Reid and Belgium's Joachim Gerard in the men's wheelchair singles
The Duchess of Cambridge looked a vision of summer chic in a £695 crepe midi dress in blush pink by London-based designer Beulah, paired with budget-conscious £30 Nicholes court shoes in nude from Aldo
The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Duke of Kent for the prize giving ceremony in Wimbledon today
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in the pink ensemble as she strode out onto Centre Court this evening
The Duchess of Cambridge joined her father Michael Middleton in the Royal Box (left). Right, Kate gives her hair a flick
Djokovic impressed in neutralising Berrettini's wicked serve but after losing the first set the Italian soon found momentum
Kate's emotions were written all over her face as she took in the action on Centre Court at Wimbledon today
Novak Djokovic showed his championship quality to win his 20th Grand Slam title in a thrilling Wimbledon final on Sunday
The Duchess of Cambridge clapped as the trophy was presented to Djokovic by the Duke of Kent today
She watch the Gentlemen's Wheelchair Singles Final between Gordon Reid and Joachim Gerard on court three - and later joined VIPs in the Royal Box on Centre Court to watch Novak Djokovic beat Matteo Berrettini.
Cheered on by a British crowd in a manner Italy's footballers could only dream of, Rome native Berrettini could not prevent a 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 defeat to the world No 1 which took three hours and 24 minutes.
It is Djokovic's sixth Wimbledon title and means he draws level with Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal on 20 Grand Slams.
Later, Kate chatted to dad Michael as the pair made their way to Centre Court. It's not clear whether the Duke of Cambridge will attend the men's finals between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini, with the England Euros finals likely to be a bigger engagement today.
The Duchess of Cambridge followed the Duke of Kent onto Centre Court to present Djokovic with the trophy
Beaming Kate has been forced to miss out on much of Wimbledon and looked delighted to be at the final day of the action
Beaming Kate looked thrilled to be watching the men's single final alongside her father Michael Middleton
The Duchess of Cambridge and her father both looked cool in sunglasses as they watched the match unfold today
Father and daughter clapped as they watched the unstoppable Novak Djokovic storm his way to his sixth Wimbledon trophy
Michael Middleton and Kate smiled at each other at one point in the match in a sweet display of their close relationship
Kate Middleton burst info laughter at one point in the match - and looked delighted as she chatted with a Wimbledon official
Kate, who looked elegant in a soft pink dress, beamed as she watched the men's final match at Wimbledon today
The Duchess of Cambridge chatted to officials as she joined the Duke of Kent on Centre Court after the match
Michael Middleton followed his daughter down the steps as they took their seats in the Royal Box at Centre Court
Father and daughter looked so happy to be spending the afternoon together and leaned in to shared a light-hearted moment
Kate smiled as she listened to her father chatting during a family day out at Wimbledon
At one point the Duchess of Cambridge leaned in close to speak to her father Michael Middleton at Wimbledon
Michael Middleton and Kate Middleton chatted in their seats in the Royal Box at Centre Court this afternoon
En route, Kate chatted to tennis fans and appeared to make the good luck gesture in reference to the England match at Wembley this evening.
Forced into self-isolation for all of last week, the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club will present the trophy this afternoon, with Djokovic looking to make history by matching Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal with 20 grand slam titles.
She was first alerted about her contact's positive test last Friday - after spending most of the day at Wimbledon with VIPs including Tim Henman and Joe Wicks.
Beulah London, co-founded by Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan in 2010, has become a go-to label for Kate, who has stepped out in their designs on a number of occasions.
Fingers' crossed! Kate chatted to tennis fans and appeared to make the good luck gesture in reference to the England match at Wembley this evening
Kate Middleton looked typically chic in a £695 blush pink crepe dress by Beulah London she arrived at the All England Club to watch the last day of Wimbledon action this morning
The Duchess of Cambridge cheered on players today alongside her father Michael Middleton as she attended the Wimbledon finals
Kate chatted to her father Michael as she made her way to Centre Court later in the day. It's not clear whether the Duke of Cambridge will attend the men's finals between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini, with the England Euros finals likely to be a bigger engagement today
Things are getting nervous! Kate appeared to discuss the fate of the England football team as she chatted with crowds at the All England club this afternoon
The 39-year-old royal, forced into self-isolation last week after coming into contact with a Covid case, teamed her stylish look with Mappin & Webb Empress drop earrings and a pink and white floral face covering
Kate appeared to be in good spirits joined her father Michael in the Royal Box to watch the men's wheelchair singles final on Court 3. It's thought she'll be seated in the royal box this afternoon as Novak Djokovic takes on Matteo Berrettini in the men's singles final
Scott Lloyd, LTA Chief Executive, far right, discusses the match ahead with the Duchess of Cambridge and her father Michael Middleton as they arrive at Gate 13 for the final day of Wimbledon at the All England Lawn club
The Duchess looked both elegant in the pale pink ensemble, which was belted at the waist. She wore her brunette locks lightly curled and tumbling over her shoulders and sported a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses to keep away from the sun's glare.
Yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William and a group of VIPs in the royal box for Ladies finals day.
Kate looked impeccably stylish in a cloqué midi dress from the Kiwi designer with altered cap sleeves. The royal has sported dresses from the boutique brand on multiple occasions and often recycles looks from the designer.
The royal presented champion Ashleigh Barty with her trophy alongside president of the All England Club the Duke of Kent as the crowd cheered today.
The Duchess looked elegant in the pale pink ensemble, which was belted at the waist. She wore her brunette locks lightly curled and tumbling over her shoulders
No rain today: There was bright sunshine in SW19 this morning ahead of the crescendo to the annual tournament
The Duchess of Cambridge waved to royal fans before settling into day 13 of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships today
The royal donned a pretty floral face mask on the final day of the Wimbledon tournament; while Kate is usually a frequent visitor to the second week of the event, this year she has been forced to miss much of the action due to self-isolation
Take your seats: Kate sat with her father Michael to her right, donning a pair of sunglasses as she prepared to watch Gordon Reid and Joachim Gerard battle it out for victory on court three
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Those who mocked Prince George's expression after agonising Euros defeat cheapen the meaning of 'the beautiful game'
12 July, 2021 - 06:27pm
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After the Euro 2020 final match on Sunday, I tweeted a photo of the Cambridge Family when England lost the match to Italy in penalty shootouts. The sadness on little Prince George’s face represented what many in England fans were feeling at the time – agony and desperation.
While many offered kind comments and related to the young royal, others chose it as a moment to spew hate at and make fun of a child.
I’m not going to theorise why these people chose to do what they did or pinpoint the groups that did it, as that will only give them the attention they were seeking.
Prince George is a seven-year-old little boy, who yes, is a prince and public figure, but he is still a child who was watching an amazing football match with his parents on Sunday night.
Comments made were “spoiled kid gets everything he wants, now learns real disappointment,” “LMFAO,” “I hope his brother is wearing an Italy jersey,” “Haha, don’t care, stay mad,” “We love to see it” etc. One even used a photo of another member of the Royal Family’s face with Italian flags painted on her cheeks in an effort to mock him.
Of course, these comments weren’t just limited to what I shared. There were remarks on many people’s posts who said something about how sad he looked at the loss.
Even if people aren’t getting along within the Royal Family, I doubt they would be happy seeing their young relative so sad on the television. After all, he is an innocent child. He can’t help the family he was born into or the position he holds. He can’t help what other members of his family do and say, and yet people choose to attack him and make fun of him, thinking they are getting somewhere or making a point.
If this was your child, would you want people saying these things to them? I doubt you would. So why do it to another child like George in this case or Archie, Charlotte, or Lilibet in other cases?
It is rather sad that people have sunk to a low that they think mocking a child is fun and that the child deserves it. Let’s leave the royal children alone, shall we?
12 July, 2021 - 06:14pm
12 July, 2021 - 09:29am
In a statement posted on the official Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Twitter account, William said, "I am sickened by the racist abuse aimed at England players after last night's match." The heir to the throne's post went on to say that the actions taken on social media against the players was "abhorrent behaviour" that needed to cease immediately. "All those involved should be held accountable," the post concluded.
Shortly after posting the tweet, William and his post were flooded with messages of support. "Another example of why you will make an exemplary King! Bravo HRH The Duke of Cambridge," one Twitter user wrote, while another follower added, "Well said Sir. You echo the feelings of the vast majority of this country." But other Twitter users weren't so taken by the prince's words.
Elsewhere, other Twitter users also called on William to call out Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other senior members of the British government, with some alleging that the government has perpetuated racism within their immigration policies. "Does that include PM and Home Office Secretary that both endorsed the right to boo people protesting racism?" one user tweeted at William.
Per the BBC, the Metropolitan Police force announced on Monday, July 12, 2021 that they are investigating any racist abuse directed at England players online, adding that "it will not be tolerated." The England team manager, Gareth Southgate, explained that racism in any form is "just not what we stand for."
"We have been a beacon of light in bringing people together, in people being able to relate to the national team, and the national team stands for everybody and so that togetherness has to continue," Southgate said in a statement.