Recently, the Cambridge family enjoyed a family outing. As PEOPLEIt should be noted that Prince William, Kate Middleton (and their eldest son Prince George) attended Wimbledon together. George was making his debut at the tournament.
George, Kate, William and Kate attended the men’s final match between Nick Kyrgios (defending champion) and Novak Djokovic (the defending champion). Djokovic was victorious once more, and Prince George had to hand the trophy over to him. William laughed as he handed the trophy over. “Don’t drop it.”George wore navy while William wore beige. Kate was fashion forward at Wimbledon with a chic navy, multi-polka-dotted dress.
George’s grandparents, Michael Middleton (left) and Carole Middleton (right), were also in attendance. They were not able to sit alongside the Cambridge crew. Kate gave them a kissSoon after taking her seat in front row, he waved and waved back at her. William and Kate have been to Wimbledon many times. Kate was seen supporting the women’s final match against Elena Rybakina, a day before she attended the men’s finale. In the past, the Duke and Duchess have been to the event many times. This was the first time one of their children had tagged along. Kate and William also have a daughter, Princess Charlotte (the princess) and a son Prince Louis (the prince), who did not attend the tennis match.
They have a busy summer ahead. The family was reported to be leaving Kensington Palace in June to move to the country. The family is moving to Adelaide Cottage, Windsor, in the Berkshire. Their new home will place them closer to Queen Elizabeth. Windsor Castle is her official residence. They’ll also be closer Kate’s family as they will live in Bucklebury.
Their move is already in the planning stages for some time. Although, it was previously rumored that the Cambridges were eyeing a different property in Windsor — Fort Belvedere. Even though they are reportedly settled at Adelaide Cottage, Kate, William and their families will still need a place to call home in London when they return to London.