Catherine Middleton And Tom Cruise See The Wimbledon Women’s Finals!

Catherine Middleton And Tom Cruise See The Wimbledon Women's Finals!

Recognizable faces At Wimbledon on Saturday, July 9, Duchess Kate was only a few rows away from Tom Cruise as she arrived on the court to award the winners with their prizes.

In the Royal Box, the 40-year-old Duchess of Cambridge was seen wearing a vivid yellow outfit. When Prince William and she went on a royal tour of the Caribbean earlier this year, she donned the Roksanda dress. Three rows behind her, to her right, was Cruise.

When Kate and William, both 40, visited the London premiere of Top Gun: Maverick earlier this year, the actor, 60, had already spent some time with the royal family. The St Andrews University alum was observed being assisted by the Mission: Impossible actor as they ascended the theater’s steps.

The black-tie screening served as both a benefit and a fundraiser for The Film and TV Charity, an organization that helps crew members on British TV and film projects.

I share a lot of things in common with Prince William. Before the royals arrived, Cruise told reporters, “We both love England, we’re both pilots, and we both enjoy flying.

Catherine Middleton And Tom Cruise See The Wimbledon Women's Finals!

Ellie Goulding, who played at William and Kate’s 2011 wedding reception, was also spotted among the throng in addition to the Jerry Maguire star. Maggie Smith from Downton Abbey and Jodie Comer from Killing Eve both attended the game.

The duchess had responsibilities on the court, so she couldn’t just hang out with the celebrities at Wimbledon.

To Ons Jabeur and Elena Rybakina, Kate gave awards. Rybakina triumphed 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 to claim the Rosewater Dish and the title of new Ladies’ Singles Champion. Rybakina is the youngest tennis player to win the Rosewater trophy since 2011, and this is the first Grand Slam singles title won by a player from Kazakhstan.

Wimbledon is a fun yearly event that the future queen consort began going to long before she wed the Duke of Cambridge.

According to her statement in the 2017 BBC documentary Sue Barker: Our Wimbledon, which was obtained by Vogue, “I have watched Wimbledon, it was very much part of my growing up.”

Catherine Middleton And Tom Cruise See The Wimbledon Women's Finals!

“It’s such an iconic element of the English summer, and I believe it really motivates kids. I know it encouraged me to start playing the game when I was younger. I believe that’s what makes it so amazing because it hasn’t changed either.

Her royal patronages include SportsAid, the Lawn Tennis Association, and the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, which oversees Wimbledon and promotes tennis in the United Kingdom (which offers financial assistance to rising athletes).

Earlier this month, Kate and her husband were seen watching sporting events together as her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, sat a few rows behind. At the Tuesday, July 5 match, her parents caught her giving them a kiss.


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