Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the eldest children of the Prince and Princess of Wales, eagerly took their seats in the Royal Box to witness the thrilling conclusion of the men’s Wimbledon final on Sunday.
As the second and third in line to the throne, the young siblings accompanied their parents in offering resounding applause to Carlos Alcaraz, a remarkable 20-year-old player who secured his first-ever Wimbledon championship by defeating the formidable Novak Djokovic, currently ranked as the world’s number two player.
Arriving at approximately noon local time (7 a.m. ET), the family was warmly welcomed by the staff of Wimbledon, including the affable police dog named Stella, and British men’s wheelchair doubles’ champion, Gordon Reid.
These delightful details were shared by the UK’s PA Media news agency.
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In summary, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, alongside their esteemed parents, displayed uncontainable excitement as they witnessed the gripping men’s Wimbledon final.
Their presence and enthusiastic support for Carlos Alcaraz’s historic victory added to the electrifying atmosphere at the renowned tournament.
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