On July 2, Kate Middleton was forced to leave her seat in the middle of a Wimbledon game due to her exposure to COVID-19, but a new report claims she'll be able to attend the final match this weekend.
While the Duchess of Cambridge was at the game, she found out she had come "into contact with someone who has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19," her spokesman announced. "Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home."
According to The Express, the mom-of-three will attend the Gentlemen's Singles Final on July 11, and just a few hours later, her husband, Prince William, will be in attendance at the EURO 2020 match at Wembley Stadium.
The Duke of Cambridge was joined by Kate and their 7-year-old son Prince George at the previous game on June 29, where the tot was dressed just like his dad in a suit and tie.
"Prince William is George’s absolute hero. He thinks his dad’s the most perfect person on the planet," royal expert Duncan Larcombe shared with OK! magazine. "That’s why we saw him looking so smart in his suit— he really wanted to dress like William."
"William would never have normally taken him to the football [game] because it was an official outing in his role as president of the FA, but George absolutely begged to be allowed to come along," Larcome continued. "Kate and William are at pains to never expose the children unnecessarily to the cameras but he twisted their arm eventually."
"That’s why Kate came, so that when William had to meet all the dignitaries, George could stay with her," he added. "He’s becoming a pretty big character and has both of his parents eating out of the palm of his hand."