Kate Middleton Made a Rare Public Statement Amid Wimbledon Absence


Though she has yet to attend Wimbledon this year because of her cancer treatment, Kate Middleton made sure to wish retiring champion Andy Murray a heartfelt congratulations as he left the tournament.

“An incredible #Wimbledon career comes to an end. You should be so very proud @andy_murray. On behalf of all of us, thank you! C,” she wrote on Twitter.

This is Murray’s last season of tennis after an incredible career, and it isn’t only Middleton acknowledging his accomplishments. Queen of tennis Serena Williams recorded a video for Murray, joking that he was the only one who got as “angry” as she did on the court, and that they both have “attitudes.” She also gave him props for speaking out for women throughout his career. Even if you’re not a tennis fan, please check out the video of a reporter praising Murray for winning his second Olympic gold in Rio in 2016, the “first person” to ever accomplish such a feat, only for Murray to remark that both Venus Williams and Serena did it before him. It’s really priceless.

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Princess Catherine has, understandably, been keeping her public appearances to a minimum while she receives medical treatment, but her latest update was a positive one. “I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days. On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well,” she wrote on Instagram.

And though Kate Middleton wasn’t able to make it out to Winbledon this year, there were still plenty of famous faces in the crowd. David Beckham, Dave Grohl, and Dustin Hoffman are among the celebrities who attended, so Murray will be in good company if he decides to become a spectator.





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