Kate Middleton spotted at Wimbledon just eight days after Covid scare

Prince William and Kate Middleton have attended Wimbledon today, just eight days after the Duchess of Cambridge was told to self-isolate.

After a day out at Wimbledon last Friday Kate was alerted to a contact with a Covid-infected person.

However, Kate was spotted for the first time out of Covid isolation as she beamed while watching the tennis with her husband.

The Duchess of Cambridge was all smiles on centre court in a bright green dress as she watched the women's final between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova.

She and William were snapped wearing face masks as they took their seats.

The 39-year-old royal, patron of the All England Law Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), will also be in the stands for the men's final on Sunday.

William, meanwhile, is unlikely to attend as he prepares to watch England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.

Kate had joined her husband and son Prince George, seven, for the Three Lions' win against Germany on June 29 but was absent for Wednesday's semi-final against Denmark.

She was alerted by the app that she had come into contact with someone with the virus after taking her seat in the Royal Box, leaving immediately and missing Britain's Dan Evans taking to court.

Buckingham Palace is yet to confirm whether Kate or George will attend the Euros final.

George was described by fans on Twitter as the team's "lucky charm", and was likely missing from the semi-finals due to the late kick-off.

With many schools across England allowing pupils to head in a little later in the morning on Monday due to 8pm start, one person joked: "Get George in an England shirt, tell his teacher he won't be in school Monday."

It was claimed George had "begged" his dad to go to Wembley with him for the Germany game, with them both wearing a matching suit and tie.

Avid tennis fan, Kate, predicted at the start of the tournament that Brits Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray would go all the way.

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