The Duchess of Cornwall is the latest royal to enjoy a visit to the All England Club, arriving at SW19 for a behind-the-scenes tour this morning.
The royal looked on sparkling form for the solo visit to SW19 as she met with the staff, officials and ball-boys and girls who help to bring the two-week tournament to life.
Following Kate and Meghan in visiting Centre Court, Camilla also took time to chat with stars of the wheelchair game during the visit on Wednesday.
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The Duchess of Cornwall was the latest royal attendee today, arriving in the royal box on day nine of the Wimbledon Championships – after enjoying a tour of the All England Club this morning
Camilla, looking elegant in the Fiona Clare dress she wore to Prince Louis’ christening in July 2018, is the latest royal to arrive at Wimbledon, enjoying a backstage tour on Wednesday
Finishing the look with a casual-style bag and single string of pearls, Camilla looked delighted to be at SW19 as the tennis action hots up
Camilla is the latest royal, along with Sophie Wessex, to arrive in south-west London to watch mens quarter finals day play out
Ball boys and girls waited in line to meet the duchess, who spent time chatting with youngster Michael Aw-Yong, 14, who’s a ball boy at the tournament this year
Ava McCarthy Kerrigan, 16, who’s on court as a ball girl this week shakes Camilla’s hand
Matching the Fiona Clare dress, which has pretty embroided floral detail around the neck, the royal also donned a single string of pearls and a pair of low-heeled court shoes in tan.
Carrying a casual-style Heidi Klein bag with bamboo handles, Camilla spent time chatting with ball boy Michael Aw-Yong, 14, about what it’s like to work on the show courts with some of the biggest stars in the game.
It’s me EP! Camilla chats with Elaine Paige in the royal box this afternoon as the royal settles down to watch men’s quarter-final day
The legendary theatre star and the duchess shared a joke as a star-studded crowd arrived on Centre Court
What a jape! Paige leans across to chat to Camilla after spotting the duchess in the royal box
Wheelchair tennis star Andy Lapthorne shakes hands with the royal on Wednesday as the duchess took a backstage tour to meet players and staff ahead of the mens’ quarter finals
Lapthorne, 28, will take on David Wagner tomorrow as the wheelchair tennis gets underway
She also met the biggest players in wheelchair tennis, as they prepare to take to the showcourts tomorrow.
British hopeful Andy Lapthorne shook the duchess’ hand as she made her way along the game’s best home-grown stars. Lapthorne, 28, will take on David Wagner tomorrow as the wheelchair tennis gets underway.
While Prince Charles was at an event in London today, Sophie Wessex was at SW19 for one of the tournament’s biggest days.
There was also a good sprinkling of celebrities in the stands of Centre Court.
Leading the way into the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in south London was supermodel Twiggy, 69, accompanied by a host of veteran famous faces.
The 60s icon stood out from the crowd in a clashing red and pink suit as she arrived arm-in-arm with her husband of 30 years, Allan Leigh Lawson.
Dame Shirley Bassey, 82, was also seen arriving at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, alongside musical legend Elaine Paige, 71, and broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson, 84.
Day nine of Wimbledon will see all the major players including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Serena Williams take to the court.
Defending champion Djokovic is kicking off proceedings against Belgium’s David Goffin before Federer battles it out against Kei Nishikori on Centre Court.
Over on Court One, Rafael Nadal will be taking on the United States’ Sam Querrey in the final men’s quarter-final.
With no Brits left in the singles draws, Andy Murray is flying the flag in the mixed doubles.