Prince George goes on some one-on-one times with his parents as he made his first-ever appearance at Wimbledon.
Prince George was treated to a very special outing with his parents, attending Wimbledon for the first time and without his younger siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Now his mum, Kate Middleton, has revealed the wonderful reason why George joined them on his own.
The exciting day saw Prince George making some great memories, as he not only watched the men’s final from the Royal Trust but also met tennis champion Novak Djokovic.
The nine-year-old donned a chic suit as he cheered Djokovic as he faced Nick Kyrgios and can be seen enjoying some time with William and Kate – but many fans were left wondering where Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were, after seeing plenty of the trio on the Queen’s platinum jubilee. .
When Kate, who was wearing another polka-dot dress, was asked why they were absent, she revealed the sweet reason, saying, “It’s George’s treatment today!”
George himself was then asked who he wanted to win, but he had a timid moment, which prompted his father to respond in his stead. William said sarcastically: “Djokovic. We will see how long it lasts. He will support the winner.”
This was the second time that Prince George’s appearance at a sporting event sparked a lot of interest.
Just last year, football fans expressed their delight when they saw the youngster cheering for England at Euro 2020, describing it as the best part of the final. (Opens in a new tab). Some even wanted to be called the team’s official mascot (Opens in a new tab).
However, his Wimbledon debut was doubly special, as William also made his competition debut, alongside his mother, Princess Diana of the same age, in 1991.