IT’S a well-known fact that Kate Middleton and Prince William are huge tennis fans and attend the Wimbledon finals every year without fail.
But for the first time ever, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have brought their eldest son Prince George with them to watch Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic battle it out on Centre Court.
Prince George made his Wimbledon debut today
Royal fans gushed over how ‘adorable’ Prince George was as he met Wimbledon staff
As they arrived at the Championships this afternoon, Kate and George were filmed getting out their car and greeting members of Wimbledon staff.
As this is the eight-year-old’s first ever Wimbledon visit, Kate took the time to introduce him to each person waiting at the doors for them.
The Duchess – who is Wimbledon’s royal patron – gently placed her arm on George’s shoulder as he shook hands with a security guard.
The mum-of-three then walked towards chairman Ian Hewitt – who bowed for the future King.
Introducing her son, the Duchess said: “This is George.”
Then addressing George, she continued: “This is Ian. Ian is in charge of everything, George.
“He makes sure everything runs to plan.”
As they made their way inside Centre Court, Kate continued introducing her eldest son – who is dressed in a suit and tie – and protectively kept her hand on his shoulder.
Needless to say, the sweet footage sent royal fans into a frenzy – who praised Kate and William on their “adorable” son.
Sharing the clip with her 12,000 followers, Twitter user Belle wrote: “The Duchess of Cambridge guiding Prince George through meeting Wimbledon staff on his first ever visit! So sweet.”
One fan replied: “I like how they’re educating and training Prince George!”
Another added: “George is shy but looks like a really prim and proper boy. Looking cute in that little suit!”
“So adorable,” a third added.
Wondering why Prince George is wearing a suit to the Wimbledon final? Well, it’s reportedly all part of Kate Middleton’s “plan” to help him understand his future as King.
The Cambridge family sat in the royal box