Wimbledon’s best royal moments as the tournament is cancelled

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OK! magazine takes a look back at the best royal moments from the Wimbledon tennis championships from over the years.

The Duchess of Sussex
sparked controversy when she turned up wearing jeans teamed with a striped L’Agence blazer in 2019. But she was watching Serena Williams play on Court One and apparently had no intention of visiting the Royal Box on Centre Court, where strict dress code rules apply. There were some complaints that she wouldn’t pose for selfies either, but Meghan was there with friends and not on official royal duty.
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Zara and Mike Tindall were very lovey-dovey as they snuggled up on the Centre Court with a glass or two of Pimm’s at the men’s quarter finals in 2019.
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Married in 2011, and parents to daughters Mia and Lena, they’re considered the most tactile and down to earth of all the royal couples and are name the duo most people would want to party with.
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It might have been the camera angle, but when the Duchess of Cornwall bumped into Sir Richard Branson in the Royal Box it looked like she was giving his beard a quick stroke! Attending the game without Prince Charles in 2018, Camilla’s choice of polka dot dress was spot on. A few years earlier, asked if she played tennis she joked, “Oh very badly… I would love to start again but maybe I’m too old.”
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Kate doesn’t let a bit of teasing from her husband cramp her style. She re-wore her yellow Roksanda dress in 2016 which William had jokingly dubbed ‘the banana dress’, according to the Duchess.

The yellow designer number was previously worn in Australia and made an appearance earlier this month when Kate made a video call from lockdown to mark Australia’s Thank A First Responder Day. Take that, Wills!
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There was much excitement when the Queen turned up at Wimbledon in 2010. Why? Because it was her first visit in 33 years. Despite having been a patron of the club until 2016, with her preference for her horses over tennis players, she has only attended the championships four times in her life.
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When Kate urged William to join in with a Mexican wave in 2011, he proved he’s game for a laugh as he threw his arms up in the air alongside his new bride.
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The ‘Kate affect’ was in full swing as her £395 Temperley dress sold out online within half an hour of her appearing in it. The couple witness a spectacular win from Andy Murray who later joked: “If I’d known they were coming, I would have shaved.”
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They might both love watching the play on court, but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have often looked like they only had eyes for each other during their Wimbledon dates. In 2014, William had his wife in stitches on more than one occasion as they watched the men’s final.
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