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Are Kate and William at Wimbledon?

Kate Middleton and Prince William attended the Wimbledon Women's Singles final in London on Saturday, July 10. The match was played between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova. Kate attended the Wimbledon final in a green midi dress and white pumps. ... Congratulations @ashbarty on being crowned #Wimbledon champion. India TodayPrince William and Kate Middleton attend Wimbledon final. See pics

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On Saturday, July 10, the Duchess of Cambridge was all smiles as she and husband Prince William attended the women's singles final at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon. Kate wore a green cap sleeve, fit-and-flare Emilia Wickstead midi dress, paired with white pumps and at time, a blue floral face mask. the Duke of Cambridge wore a light blue suit. Both also sported sunglasses.

Kate also attended Wimbledon with friends on July 2 and that day, she was alerted that she had come into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, and began self-isolating at home, without experiencing any symptoms, Kensington Palace said. U.K. government guidelines stipulate that a person who has been exposed to someone infected with the coronavirus must isolate for 10 days. Kate and William are both fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.

A royal source told CNN that the duchess is tested for COVID-19 twice a week with lateral flow tests and that those she took before her engagements last week, including her July 2 Wimbledon trip, were negative. Kate also followed the rules throughout Wimbledon on mask-wearing, the insider added.

Australian tennis star Ashleigh Barty cinched her first Wimbledon title after beating Czech player Karolina Pliskova at Saturday's event.

"What an incredible match and performance by both athletes!" read a message on Kate and William's Instagram page. "Congratulations @ashbarty on being crowned #Wimbledon champion. It was amazing to see the atmosphere and support from the fans echoing through centre court once again. Well done to @Wimbledon and the staff on continuing to make the Championships such a special event."

In recent days, Kate's sister Pippa Middleton and husband James Matthews, the siblings' parents Carole Middleton and Michael Middleton, William's pregnant cousin Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, the duke and the princess' aunt Sophie, Countess of Wessex and their cousin Zara Tindall and husband Mike Tindall were all spotted at Wimbledon.

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William's cousin, who is pregnant with her first child, and her husband appear on day 10.

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Kate Middleton sports a £1380 emerald midi dress from London-designer Emilia Wickstead

Daily Mail 12 July, 2021 - 01:17am

By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline

Kate Middleton sported a £1380 dress from London-based designer Emilia Wickstead today as she joined Prince William and a group of VIPs in the royal box at Wimbledon.

The Duchess of Cambridge,  39,  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.  

Complementing the bright green dress was a simple pair of £550 white leather heels from cult designer Jimmy Choo. Kate completed the look with a simple blue and white floral face mask.  

Kate Middleton sported a £1380 dress from London-based designer Emilia Wickstead today as she joined Prince William and a group of VIPs in the royal box at Wimbledon.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, looked impeccably stylish in a cloqué midi dress from the Kiwi designer with altered cap sleeves.

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Kate, who today left self-isolation, is  the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, presented champion Ashleigh Barty with her trophy alongside president of the All England Club the Duke of Kent as the crowd cheered today.  

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.

The royal has sported dresses from the boutique brand on multiple occasions and often recycles looks from the designer.

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The women's Wimbledon finals have arrived, and the star guest is, of course, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Attending with the Duke of Cambridge, Kate opted for effortless glamour in an Emilia Wickstead dress. To complete the look, she's wearing a Halcyon Days bracelet, Kiki McDonough earrings and Ray-Ban sunglasses; she's always carrying her 'Amberley' bag by Mulberry.

It's not the first time we've seen her wearing such a shade at Wimbledon; or for official engagements, come to think of it. Kate is a big fan of emerald greens, but, after all, they make maximum impact all year round.

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Complementing the bright green dress was a simple pair of £550 white leather heels from cult designer Jimmy Choo

Meanwhile, Prince William looked the epitome of summer chic in a blue suit and darkened tie. The couple watched Ashleigh Barty triumph in the Wimbledon final, as the Aussie beat Czech Karolina Pliskova in three sets to win her first Wimbledon championship title - the first time a women's singles final has gone to three sets in 15 years.

Going necklace free, Kate showed off her glistening wedding ring and a small bangle as she clapped and cheered on Australian champion Ashleigh Barty.  

Meanwhile, Prince William looked the epitome of summer chic in a blue suit and darkened tie.

The couple watched Ashleigh Barty triumph in the Wimbledon final, as the Aussie beat Czech Karolina Pliskova in three sets to win her first Wimbledon championship title - the first time a women's singles final has gone to three sets in 15 years.

Going necklace free, Kate showed off her glistening wedding ring and a small bangle as she clapped and cheered on Australian champion Ashleigh Barty.

As patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, presented the champion with her trophy alongside president of the All England Club the Duke of Kent as the crowd cheered.

As patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, presented the champion with her trophy alongside president of the All England Club the Duke of Kent as the crowd cheered.   

The Cambridges were joined in the Royal Box by the Duke of Kent - who will present his last trophy tomorrow before stepping down as president of the All England Club after 52 years of service.

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden was also seated near to the royal couple, as was London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

Kate will go to the men's final on her own on Sunday, with Prince William expected to watch England take on Italy in the Euros 2020 final in Wembley.

However, there is confusion over Kate being out of quarantine already, despite only staring self-isolating on 2nd July.

Under current guidelines, the Duchess should have quarantined for 10 days after contact, which suggests that it took place last Wednesday, or 30th June.

Kensington Palace said her self-isolation period will have finished by Saturday but did not confirm when it officially ended.

Kate is understood to have been alerted personally and was not 'pinged' by the NHS Test and Trace app, leaving the All England Club at 5pm on Friday.

This is significantly earlier than she has done in previous years, and the move forced her to miss her friend Andy Murray take on Canadian opponent Denis Shapovalov. 

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Kate congratulates Novak Djokovic after ‘fantastic’ Wimbledon final

Yahoo Eurosport UK 12 July, 2021 - 01:17am

The 34-year-old Serbian is now level with tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, having clinched a 20th grand slam title.

Kate, a keen tennis fan and patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, watched from the Royal Box as Djokovic played 25-year-old Italian Matteo Berrettini, who was playing in his first grand slam final.

The royal, wearing a belted baby pink dress, attended the final day of the two-week tournament with her father Michael Middleton.

A tweet from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridges’ official account shortly after the match read: “A fantastic #Wimbledon final – what a match Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini Congratulations @DjokerNole on your record-equalling victory!”

Other faces which have become well-known during the course of the past year due to the pandemic also took their seats in the royal box.

The Government’s chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance and NHS England’s national medical director Professor Stephen Powis were present, while also attending was MP and Cop26 President Alok Sharma.

On Saturday, for the women’s final, Kate had attended with her husband the Duke of Cambridge.

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Duchess of Cambridge attends final day of Wimbledon with her father

MSN UK 12 July, 2021 - 01:14am

The Duchess of Cambridge was joined by her father in the Royal Box to watch the final day of Wimbledon on Sunday.

Taking their place on Centre Court, Kate and her father, Micheal Middleton, looked in good spirits as they watched the highly-anticipated men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini.

Kate, who is a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, missed most of the last week of the tournament after she came into contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19 and had to self-isolate.

The duchess arrived on Sunday morning wearing a powder-pink belted midi dress by London-based designer Beulah, which she paired with a Josef beaded clutch bag, and nude court shoes.

She completed her look with a pair of Mappin & Webb earrings in the style “Empress”, and a floral facemask.

Her father looked smart in a navy blue suit, a light blue shirt, and a yellow and blue silk tie.

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At one point, they were seen laughing in the stands as they took part in a Mexican wave.

It marked Kate’s second appearance at the tournament since her period of self-isolation ended, having attended the women’s singles final with Prince William on Saturday.

She sported a green cap-sleeve Emilia Wickstead dress and white Gianvito Rossi pumps as she presented trophies to Australian champion Ash Barty and Czech finalist Karolina Pliskova.

She later congratulated the women on Twitter for playing an “incredible match”. “It was amazing to see the atmosphere and support from the fans echoing through centre court once again,” she said.

Earlier this week, Kensington Palace confirmed that Kate had been in self-isolation following government guidelines, but had not experienced any symptoms of the virus. Both Kate and William have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine.

William, who is president of the Football Association did not join his wife at Wimbledon but will be in the stands at Wembley to watch the Euro 2020 final this evening.

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The Latest: William and Kate attend women's Wimbledon final - KNBN NewsCenter1

Newscenter1.tv 10 July, 2021 - 08:08am

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The Latest on Wimbledon (all times local):

Prince William and his wife Kate are in the Royal Box for the women’s Wimbledon final.

The royal couple took their seats to a loud round of applause just before top-seeded Ash Barty and eighth-seeded Karolina Pliskova walked onto Centre Court for the final.

There will be a female chair umpire for the Wimbledon men’s singles final for the first time in the history of a tournament first played in 1877.

Marija Cicak, a 43-year-old from Croatia, will officiate Sunday when Novak Djokovic faces Matteo Berrettini for the championship at the All England Club.

The club announced Cicak’s selection on Saturday.

She is a gold badge chair umpire and a member of the WTA Elite Team since 2012.

Cicak was the chair umpire for the 2014 Wimbledon women’s final and the women’s doubles final three years later. She also officiated the women’s singles gold medal match at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

Top-seeded Ash Barty will be looking for her second Grand Slam title when she takes on eighth-seeded Karolina Pliskova in the final at Wimbledon.

There is rain in the forecast for Saturday so it’s possible the match will be played with the retractable roof at Centre Court closed.

Barty is trying to become the first Australian woman since Evonne Goolagong in 1980 to win the Wimbledon title and has a 5-2 edge in career meetings with Pliskova.

Barty won the 2019 French Open.

Pliskova is a former No. 1-ranked player who is looking for her first Grand Slam title. She lost in the U.S. Open final in 2016.

Pliskova beat No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka in the semifinals at Wimbledon and is trying to do something only three other women have done in the Open era, which began in 1968: win the championship at the All England Club while beating the top two seeded players along the way.

Barty eliminated 2018 champion Angelique Kerber on Thursday.

James Keothavong will be the chair umpire for the final.

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