Caption: William and Kate were gripped throughout the match between Murray and Raonic on Centre Court The Duchess of Cambridge struggled to contain her excitement as she cheered Andy Murray on to his second Wimbledon title.
Kate, who joined Prince William in pride of place in the Royal Box at Wimbledon, couldn't contain her emotions as she watched Andy make history by beating Canadian Milos Raonic in straight sets in the final.
From broad smiles of joy to looks of nervousness and the odd gasp during more nail-biting moments, the Duchess expressed exactly what viewers watching the game at home on TV were feeling.
Wearing a £2,300 dress by one of her favourite designers, McQueen, Kate, 34, appeared to even give a nod to tennis conventions by choosing a frock in ivory with a delicate print.
She chose a bespoke version of a dress from the British designer's Pre-Fall 2016 collection, which features an 'Obsession' print that includes butterflies, jewels and even skulls. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.
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