Royal couple watch Murray match
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited Wimbledon to watch Andy Murray in his latest match.
William and Kate took their seats in Centre Court's Royal Box for six-time champion Roger Federer's quarter final match against Russian Mikhail Youzhny, ahead of British number one Murray's tussle with Spain's David Ferrer.
William and Kate saw Federer beat Youzhny in straight sets to book himself a place in the semi-finals. Afterwards, the six-times champion said it helped having royalty watching his game.
"I think it helps when royalty shows up and other legends of the game come and see me play. I think it's inspiring and it's a thrill for the game of tennis just (for them) to come up to Wimbledon. It's not such a bad place after all," he joked.
Kate recycled an outfit worn on the couple's tour of Canada this time last year, donning a knitted sailor dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, while William wore a charcoal suit.
The couple sat on the front row of the Royal Box - William next to Philip Brook, chairman of the All England Club, and Kate next to his wife, Gill.
The visit completes a family set - on Tuesday Kate's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, were invited into the box. Mrs Middleton was spotted on Centre Court last week, but had to sit in normal seats.
That was in contrast to Kate's siblings, Pippa and James Middleton, who were treated to the prime seats when they put in an appearance at SW19 the following day.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited last week, meeting Andy Roddick and Tim Henman. It was Charles's first visit to the championship since 1970.
Last year, Kate and William watched Murray beat Frenchman Richard Gasquet at the Grand Slam event, even joining in a Mexican wave.