Prince William and Kate return to Wimbledon to watch Djokovic and Federer finals

Prince William and Kate return to Wimbledon to watch Djokovic and Federer finals
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, caused a royal frenzy when they were spotted arriving at Wimbledon in south London.

The Duke and Duchess had attended the annual tennis tournament earlier on in the week, but there was no keeping them from watching the men”s singles final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic on Sunday.

Much like her outing on Wednesday, tennis fan Kate recycled an old outfit, this time donning Jonathan Saunder”s teal Rose Dress that she had worn on the Jubilee Tour in 2012.

Duchess Kate donned the same dress she wore in Honiara, Guadalcanal Island in 2012
Prince George”s mum looked beautiful as she took her seat alongside her husband on Centre Court.
Joining Prince William and Kate in the Royal Box were a host of celebrities, including power couple David and Victoria Beckham, actors Bradley Cooper, Samuel L Jackson and Chris Hemsworth, and GB Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy.
Bradley and Suki Waterhouse look loved up at Wimbledon

Suited and booted, football legend David looked dapper in a navy blazer and chinos while his fashion designer wife Victoria channelled classic elegance in a black sleeveless top and black, white and orange block skirt.

On a previous visit to Wimbledon last week, David had treated his mum Sandra to courtside seats, to watch Rafael Nadal play Mikhail Kukushkin.

Duchess Kate and Prince William at Wimbledon two years ago

Prince William and Kate”s outing to Wimbledon comes just a day after the couple launched the Tour de France in West Yorkshire, alongside William”s younger brother Prince Harry.

The trio gave competitors a royal send-off from Harewood House, which included Kate cutting the ceremonial ribbon and meeting athletes supported by SportsAid, the charity of which she is patron.
Kate watches anxiously as Andy Murray crashes out of Wimbledon

While William and Kate were at Wimbledon, Prince Harry spent the day in Northampton, taking in the motor racing action at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.