It was a bumper day of sport today, and the Duchess of Cambridge and Tom Cruise did all they could to watch as much as possible.
On a clear road, the drive from the All England Club to Wembley stadium takes roughly 40 minutes.
Djokovic won his match against Matteo Berrettini at 6pm, meaning sports fans including Kate and Tom faced a tight turnaround to make it in time for kick-off at 8pm.
However both made it in time and took their seats ahead of the National Anthems. They were joined in the box by fellow VIPs including David Beckham and Boris and Carrie Johnson.
Kate Middleton, 39, and Cruise, 59, both watched Novak Djokovic storm to his sixth Wimbledon victory – before making the dash across London to cheer on England in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley. Pictured, Cruise at Wimbledon
Cruise at Wembley today, sitting in front of fellow VIPs including David Beckham and Kate Moss (pictured behind)
The Duchess of Cambridge joined her father Michael Middleton in the stands at Wimbledon this afternoon
But by 8pm she was in the box at Wembley with her husband Prince William and their seven-year-old son Prince George
Kate also found time for an outfit change, swapping her pink £695 Beulah dress and £30 Aldo shoes (left) for a white blazer from Zara, which she wore with black trousers and statement red earrings – in a nod to England’s colours (right)
The Duchess of Cambridge has the use of a police escort when on official engagements, which would have made the journey quicker.
Kate also found time for an outfit change, swapping her pink £695 Beulah dress and £30 Aldo shoes for a white blazer from Zara, which she wore with black trousers and statement red earrings – in a nod to England’s colours.
Kate joined her father Michael Middleton to watch the Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Singles Final between Gordon Reid and Joachim Gerard on court three – and later joined VIPs in the Royal Box on Centre Court to watch Novak Djokovic beat Matteo Berrettini.
Cruise, who was seated with friends including film director Christopher McQuarrie and Mission: Impossible 7 co-star Esai Morales, also watched the final but was not seated in the Royal Box.
Every inch the Hollywood star, he waved to the crowd as he took his seat on Centre Court. Later Cruise, who wore the same blue suit to both engagements, turned the charm on the Prime Minister and posed for photos with Boris and Carrie.
Tom Cruise (right) was joined at Wimbledon by friends including film director Christopher McQuarrie and Mission: Impossible 7 co-star Esai Morales, also watched the final but was not seated in the Royal Box
Every inch the Hollywood star, Tom Cruise waved to the crowds as he took his seat at Wimbledon today
Later he turned his charm on Boris Johnson and posed for a photo with ex-England star Peter Shilton, Boris and Carrie
It is not known whether the Duchess first went back to Kensington Palace before making the trip to Wembley, but the timing – it is at least 25 minutes from Wimbledon to Kensington Palace and another 30 minutes from the palace to Wembley – makes it unlikely.
Cruise made the trip to Wembley with McQuarrie, and was photographed next to the director in the stadium.
The Hollywood star posed for photos with Boris and Carrie Johnson, as well as fellow VIPs including David Beckham.
Prince George once again stole the spotlight as he joined his parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to cheer on the Three Lions.
The Duchess of Cambridge joined the Duke of Kent to present the trophy to Novak Djokovic this evening, at around 6pm
By 8pm the Duchess had changed and met her husband and son to take their seats at Wembley alongside VIPs
George, seven, threw his arms out and shouted in pure joy as Luke Shaw powered England to an early lead over Italy in the opening minutes.
The young royal then hugged his mother Kate, 39, in a moment that captured the unbridled excitement of millions across the nation.
George, who previously joined his parents for the England vs Germany match, looked smart in a blazer, shirt and striped tie for the occasion, in a look that mirrored his father’s own smart ensemble.
Earlier Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli revealed that Prince William wanted his son George to wear an England shirt to tonight’s match – but Kate Middleton is ‘not so keen’.
For her part, the Duchess of Cambridge looked typically polished in a white blazer, top and statement red earrings – in a nod to the colours of the England strip.