Duchesses Catherine and Meghan to attend Wimbledon women's final

Meghan Markle selfie-snapper says he had ‘no idea she was there’

But it seems the two are, in fact, planning a day out together, even though they arrived separately, Kate presumably heading in early to meet with players.

The Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Wimbledon women's singles final together on Saturday afternoon.

Kate and Meghan - who have been at the centre of feud rumours for months - both attended the exclusive tennis event a year ago, too.

New mom Meghan's weird picture ban came as she watched Serena Williams with two pals last week. Meghan dressed for the occasion in a Ralph Lauren collection shirt and high-waisted cream pants, while accessorising the look with an Altuzarra bag, while Kate wore a classic white dress by Jenny Peckham and carried a small Dolce and Gabbana handbag.

The pair are watching the final from the Royal Box.

She paired the dress with a Dolce and Gabanna Sicily bag and Asprey's woodland oak leaf earrings.

She is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC).

Meghan chose a crisp white shirt with a blue and white patterned pleated skirt.

A Wimbledon fan who was accused of invading Meghan Markle's privacy by taking a picture of her said he had "no idea she was there" and was actually posing for a selfie with the court behind him.

It is the second trip to Wimbledon this year for the both of them.

Meghan has had a close friendship with Serena for some time and the tennis ace was one of the guests her wedding to Harry at Windsor Castle previous year. Last week, Meghan Markle had made a surprise trip to the courts, where 23-time grand slam victor Serena was playing against Kaja Juvan.

Fans of the royals blasted Meghan on social media for reportedly banning anyone from taking her photograph at the event.

The seven-time Wimbledon victor has already won 23 grand slam titles.



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