Prince William and Kate lead celebrity spectators at Wimbledon to cheer on Pippa's pal Federer
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the royal representatives at Wimbledon on Sunday afternoon, turning up to watch Roger Federer take on Croatian Marin Cilic in the men's final.
The royal couple are well acquainted with tennis ace Federer, who became a friend of Pippa Middleton after the pair met at last year's tournament.
Pippa was also spotted at Wimbledon to cheer on her pal, and sat next to her mum Carole and brother James at the match.
Kate, who wore a cap-sleeved floral dress and carried a tote bag by British designer Victoria Beckham, and her husband Prince William weren't the only royals to grace Wimbledon on Sunday, as Prince Albert of Monaco also took his seat to watch the much anticipated final.
While several A-listers, including Hilary Swank and Stanley Tucci nabbed tickets to see Spain's Garbiñe Muguruza claim the Wimbledon title over Venus Williams on Saturday, Sunday's men's final seems to be a much more star-studded affair.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was also snapped in the royal box at centre court while Wimbledon regular Bradley Cooper was spotted rubbing shoulders with British actor Eddie Redmayne.
Redmayne and his wife Hannah took their seats alongside Hugh Grant and the pair chatted before the match began.
British comedian Michael McIntrye also attended the tennis fixture of the year, while Uma Thurman and Sienna Miller attended the match together on Sunday afternoon.
Ahead tonight's premiere of Game of Thrones in the US, actress Emilia Clarke posed for photographs with Dr Who star David Tennant at the Stella Artois party ahead of the fixture.
Federer triumphed over Marin Cilic in an emotional final which reduced the Croatian to tears during the second set. This is Federer's eighth Wimbledon title.