Wimbledon may not officially start until July 3rd, but Princess of Wales’ mind is already on SW . Ahead of this year’s tournament, Kate heads to the All England Club to play doubles with Roger Federer, practice her serve with the eight-time Wimbledon champion, and then take part in this year’s training session 250 caddies and caddies. This isn’t the first time the princess has been on the court with the professionals. Kate took on the US Open champion at the National Tennis Center after Emma Raducanu’s historic Grand Slam victory at 2021.
It is well known that strict protocol is governed in all aspects of Wimbledon – including the conduct of caddies and caddies (“BBG”). In the months leading up to the competition, children aged to Get trained on everything from how to bouncing a ball correctly to the right way to signal change – the Duchess of Cambridge attended their training sessions. Never breaking the dress code, Kate wore a white tank top and tennis skirt for the occasion, her shaggy curls pulled back in a high ponytail and a pair of delicate gold hoops over her ears. Videos of the Royals and this year’s BBG will be played throughout the tournament, highlighting their importance to the overall success of the event.