Publicado: Sol, Julio 14, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Kate and Meghan to attend Wimbledon women's singles final

Kate and Meghan to attend Wimbledon women's singles final

"That's fantastic. I didn't know that", said the Romanian, who clinched her first Wimbledon title.

Wolf Hall actor Sir Mark Rylance, Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker, War & Peace star Lily James and Poldark's Aidan Turner also received an invite to the Royal Box.

Meghan is good friends with finalist, Serena Williams, who is clashing with Simona Halep in this year's final. She is good friends with Williams, who attended her wedding to Prince Harry previous year, and also watched the American play her second-round match on No. 1 Court last week.

When Markle attended Wimbledon last week, she sat in between two of her female friends.

The cheerful appearance comes despite rumours of a royal rift between the Cambridges and Sussexes, though it is not known if the rumoured tension is between Meghan and Kate.

The former right-hand man of Princess Diana has advised Meghan Markle to follow in the footsteps of her late mother-in-law to win over the public.

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The teenager explained the duchess also asked about the SW19 atmosphere and said her own children want to play tennis.

"We took all of those digital files, brought them into VR, and created this multi-player VR film-making game", Favreau tells Jimmy Kimmel in the clip above.

When BBC presenter Sue Barker informed the winning finalist on court she was about to meet Kate, Halep replied: "That's awesome, I didn't know that, so it's even more special now".

While making her trip up to the royal box, cameras also caught the sweet moment Halep was introduced to Kate. "It was really, really impressive, so congratulations and enjoy the celebration".

Daria Snigur of Ukraine won the junior girls' title at Wimbledon, beating Alexa Noel of the United States 6-4, 6-4.

She is reported to have said: "They have very similar personalities, which would make me believe trouble may well have brewed down the line". "I worked hard every day for this trophy".

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