Prince William and Duchess Catherine cheered on Roger Federer and Andy Murray at Wimbledon yesterday (04.07.12).
The royals watched the players in their quarter final matches from the royal box at the tennis event in London, joined by an impressive array of stars, including former tennis players Rod Laver and Andre Agassi and royals Prince Michael of Kent and Lady Frederick Windsor.
For the matches Catherine chose a knee-length cream Alexander McQueen dress with a double navy line trim and neckerchief style collar.
The duchess - a keen tennis player - was seen explaining a few technicalities to William as they watched the games, and they also shared a few jokes with All England Club chairman Philip Brook and his wife Gill.
The royals cheered as they saw Roger beat Russia's Mikhail Youzhny, and then encouraged Andy as he took on Spain's David Ferrer. Although Andy won his way through to the semi finals, the royals had to leave in the decisive fourth set, to travel to Scotland and missed congratulating him.
Today (05.07.12) William will be formally installed as a Royal Knight of the Thistle by Queen Elizabeth in Edinburgh.
The royal couple have been keeping a low profile since celebrating William's 30th birthday last month.