It seems royal fans might be treated to a royally-spectacular Wimbledon final on Saturday! According to BBC presenter Clare Balding, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex will possibly reunite once again at the Royal Box over the weekend to cheer on Simona Halep and Serena Williams in the Ladies' Singles final.
Rumours of an exciting joint outing come after broadcaster Clare Balding hinted that the two royals might be making an appearance.
Speaking on Thursday's Today at Wimbledon, Clare said: "Simona Halep says she hopes that the Duchess of Cambridge will be here to support her on Saturday and of course we would expect the Duchess of Sussex to be here to support Serena Williams, who is one of her best friends".
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Indeed, Simona had earlier told the media during a press conference that she wanted the Duchess of Cambridge to cheer her on over the weekend. When asked if she could choose one person to watch her from the Royal Box on Saturday's final, Simona told the press: "Kate, I like her."
This would be the second time Kate and Meghan unite to attend the Ladies' Singles Final. Last year, the two royals headed out to watch Angelique Kerber vs Serena Williams, with the German player taking home the trophy.
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Fans will no doubt enjoy seeing the ladies together once again, just a few days after they proudly joined their husbands at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day on Wednesday. Meghan and Kate didn't attend alone, they happily took along their children – Princes George, Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Archie Harrison, who were the focus of all cameras.
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