Prince George given tennis lessons by eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's eldest child received a private session from the 37-year-old Swiss champion, who is his 'favourite player at the moment, after his match at Wimbledon on Thursday.

While royal-watchers are wondering if Meghan Markle will make a post-baby appearance at Wimbledon to cheer on pal Serena Williams, sister-in-law Kate Middleton has already made the scene at the London tennis tournament.

According to Wimbledon Morning Coffee, Kate reportedly said her five-year-old son's favourite player is Roger Federer and he's even played tennis with him.

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"No, I'm working on Saturday", said Williams, who is due to play her third round match on day six of the championships.

The summer sun shone on Hampton Court Palace on Monday as the Duchess of Cambridge visited her Back to Nature Garden, now part of the Hampton Court Flower Festival, along with some special guests.

Royal connections have helped budding tennis player Prince George receive some coaching from one of the most talented men to swing a racket.

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"I think just got to look forward".

In nearly every photo Kate has shared of her children, at least one Cambridge tot is wearing a hand-me-down, be it a knitted jumper or a pair of shoes.

Kate and her husband Prince Williams are Wimbledon fanatics are usually seen attending matches since some time now. "I'm sorry for her it happened".

But the current younger generation of royals weren't the ones to start the family's tennis tradition.

Despite his pedigree at Wimbledon, Federer played his British opponent on the second biggest court on the grounds instead of his usual spot on Centre Court.

As the day's play got under way, Kate, wearing a white Suzannah dress secured with a black belt, joined spectators on Court 14 at 11am to watch the first set of Dart playing American Christina McHale.

  • Lawrence Cooper