PRINCE George has arrived at Wimbledon with his mum and dad ahead of today’s men’s singles final.
The future king, eight, looked the part as he donned a posh blue suit, shirt and tie in the blazing sunshine in south west London.
George led the way ahead of his mum and dad
Beaming Kate and William arrive at Wimbledon for today’s men’s singles final
He was followed by his beaming mum Kate who has opted for a stunning blue polka dot dress and smiled ear to ear as she walked out with hubby William.
The Duke meanwhile has gone for a smart sand-coloured sports jacket finished off with blue trousers, shirt and tie.
The couple’s other children, Charlotte, seven, and Louis, four, were not in attendance.
The trio will take their seats in the royal box at Centre Court later to watch fiery Australian Nick Kyrgios take on Serbia’s cool operator Novak Djokovic.
The highly anticipated match will start at 2pm today.
The Duchess, patron of the All England Tennis Club, is expected to present the trophies to both the runner-up and the winner during a ceremony after the match.
It comes after Kate presented Russian-born Elena Rybakina, who is representing Kazakhstan, with the Venus Rosewater Dish when she beat Tunisian Ons Jabeur in the women’s singles final on Saturday.
The moment came not without controversy as the 23-year-old, who was born and raised in Moscow and played under the Russian flag until she switch international allegiance to Kazakhstan in 2018, won the tournament in a year where Russian and Belarussian athletes were banned.
The men’s singles final comes with a grim backdrop as Kyrgios faces charges for common assault against a former partner in Australia.
In the run up to the final, the explosive 27-year-old has engaged in ferocius arguments with line judges, umpires, opponents, the media and even the crowd.
His behaviour has earnt the Canberra-born star the names “a menace to tennis” and “Wimbledon’s worst nightmare”, among others.
But Djokovic said he was happy to face Kyrgios in the final after the Australian was given a walkover when Spain’s Rafael Nadal pulled out before the semis with an abdominal injury.
Kyrgios had not been beyond the fourth round at a grand slam for seven years prior to this tournament and has spoken openly about his mental struggles and reluctance to fully commit to the sport.
The Serbian player, who knocked out British number one Cameron Norrie from the tournament on Thursday, said: “I think, between us players, we always know how dangerous he is, on grass particularly…
“Because of his game, because of his attitude on the court being so confident, just going for it, being a very complete player.”
Kyrgios also spoke about Djokovic in a press conference after Nadal’s withdrawal, in which he said has developed a “bromance” with the defending champion over the last few months.
The 26-year-old said he thinks a “Kyrgios-Djokovic final would be mouth-watering.
“You’ll never probably see anyone who just wins and just plays the game just so good as a winner than Djokovic,” he later added.
On how he feels facing such an experienced player, Kyrgios said: “That’s where Djokovic has the advantage from the get-go.
“He can draw from experience, he’s done it so many more times, he knows the emotions he’s going to be feeling. I don’t know that.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge already watched Djokovic beat Italian Jannik Sinner at Wimbledon on Tuesday in the men’s quarter-final.
They then moved to the stands on No 1 Court to cheer on Norrie as he defeated Belgium’s David Goffin.
William and Kate, who was wearing a blue polka dot dress and pearl earrings, stood up out of their seats to cheer for the British number one when he secured a place in the semi-final.