Duchess supports athletes at Wimbledon men’s final with other high-profile figures
Quite a few high-profile Wimbledon-goers witnessed Andy Murray and Roger Federer fight for the men’s singles title on Sunday.
The Duchess of Cambridge was just one of many notable figures present to cheer on the athletes.
Prime Minister David Cameron, London Mayor Boris Johnson, and David and Victoria Beckham all made the trip to see some fine tennis. As did Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, actor Jude Law, and Vogue’s Anna Wintour.
The Duke of Cambridge could not be by his wife’s side, but Pippa Middleton stepped in to join the Duchess in the Royal Box.
While it was a disappointing day for Murray and those cheering him on—as Federer prevailed winning his 7th Wimbledon title— the tennis stars provided first class entertainment for the packed crowd.
David and Victoria Beckham in the Royal Box at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon. Photo Credit: PA.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his mother Mary Cameron at the men’s Wimbledon final. Photo Credit: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Europe.
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, London Mayor Boris Johnson, and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the final. Photo Credit: PA
Jude Law in the crowd at Wimbledon men’s final. Photo Credit:Mike Egerton/PA Wire/Press Association Images.
Anna Wintour upon her arrival for the final day of Wimbledon. Photo Credit: Ruby/WENN