Kate And Pippa Middleton Have A Girls' Day Out At Wimbledon
Kate Middleton and Pippa Middleton, 30 and 28, respectively, might not have been rooting for winning contestant Roger Federer when they attended the Wimbledon Men's Championship tennis game on Sunday, but it didn't appear to put a damper on the sisters' cheery demeanor, as Pippa and Kate — both avid tennis players and fans — clapped for Brit Andy Murray's early lead against Federer.
Kate and Pippa attended the event without male escorts — Prince William, who couldn't be there due to a political obligation in Scotland, and Alex Loudon, whom Pippa has been rumored to be seeing again. David Beckham and Victoria Beckham were also present at the tennis match, also rooting for Murray. Kate reportedly stopped to chat with the Beckhams for a spell before joining her sister in the royal box, according to People.
Though Murray was favored by the media and by fans on his home turf to take the Wimbledon title, Federer got the advantage later in the game to secure his seventh championship, equaling the male record of seven finals won and breaking the record for the No. 1 ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) ranking, which he has held for 237 weeks.
The day before, Serena Williams won her fifth Wimbledon title in the Women's Championship.
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