Kate Middleton’s parents spotted at Wimbledon; Princess likely to miss the event

Princess Kate is the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.


There has been speculation about whether Kate Middleton, who is undergoing cancer treatment, will attend Wimbledon after her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, were spotted there.

Carole and Michael Middleton visits Wimbledon

Carole and Michael Middleton were present on July 10, the tenth day of the Wimbledon competition. Despite her absence from public life this summer while battling for her life, it is important to note that the Princess of Wales, an avid tennis player who has rarely missed a Wimbledon since marrying Prince William in 2011, hasn’t gone to any of them because of her worsening health.

The Middletons are frequent visitors to Wimbledon, and on July 4 of this year, they were spotted. Alongside Debbie Jevans, the chair of the All England Club, they were seated in the front row of the Royal Box.

Premeditated arrangements

Wimbledon organizers have considered an alternate plan for trophy presentation in the event that Princess Kate is unable to travel to London, as reported by The Telegraph on July 8.

Birgitte Duchess Gloucester may have chosen to assume this position because of her love of lawn tennis and her honorary title as President of the Lawn Tennis Association.

This year, Princess Kate made her public debut only at Trooping the Colour, which was held on June 15 in conjunction with King Charles’ birthday procession in London. She revealed in a private message that she intended to attend in spite of her health issues yesterday.

“I’m looking forward to attending the King’s Birthday Parade this weekend with my family and hope to join a few public engagements over the summer, but equally knowing I am not out of the woods yet,” she stated.