Ainhoa BarcelonaHELLO! takes a look at the some of the best photos of the royal family in the Royal Box at Wimbledon, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cornwall
Wimbledon has always been one of the highlights of the summer for the royal family. Avid tennis lovers among the Firm include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cornwall. The royals have stepped out to view the action from the Royal Box over the years and we always love to watch their reactions, particularly during a nail-biting match!
The likes of Kate, Meghan, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have also impressed us with their courtside outfits, from Wimbledon whites to bold block-coloured ensembles.
Take a look at some of HELLO!'s favourite photos of the royals at SW19…
The Duchess became patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in 2016, a patronage that the Queen passed on to her. Kate has always been a regular at Wimbledon, attending as a child with the Middleton family, but now she has pride of place in the Royal Box. Kate's facial expressions are priceless, and she gets as anxious as the rest of us!
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WATCH: Duchess Kate's most memorable Wimbledon outfits
The mother-of-three usually attends with her husband Prince William, and the pair are often spotted having a giggle in the stands.
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex
Kate and Meghan made a joint appearance at Wimbledon in 2018, just two months after Harry and Meghan's royal wedding. The mum-of-three looked radiant in a polka-dot Jenny Packham dress while her sister-in-law Meghan was ultra-chic in a Ralph Lauren ensemble – a crisp striped shirt and wide-legged cream trousers. Meghan carried a handbag by Altuzzara, Illesteva sunnies and a Maison Michel Panama hat.
Eugenie's older sister Beatrice always looks in high spirits at Wimbledon.
The future King couldn't help show his anger and disappointment – we wonder what he's like watching the footie!
The Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Michael of Kent
Kate greeted the Queen's cousin-in-law with a kiss as they took their seats in the Royal Box.
Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor
Freddie and his wife Sophie Winkleman made a stylish pair, with the actress looking gorgeous in her Wimbledon whites.
The first-in-line to the throne had a ball of a time with late Strictly host Bruce Forsyth and Bruce's wife Winnie back in 2012.
When she was patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Her Majesty had the honour of meeting the winners. Here she is presenting a trophy to British tennis player Virginia Wade after she won the women's singles in 1977.