Serena Williams Praises Meghan Markle After Wimbledon Visit

Serena Williams Praises Meghan Markle After Wimbledon Visit

It seems royal fans might be treated to a royally-spectacular Wimbledon final on Saturday!

In a post-match interview, Serena was asked about Meghan's appearance.

It will be the second trip to Wimbledon for both women - Kate made a trip to Court 14 to watch the UK's Harriet Dart, before heading to Centre Court to watch Roger Federer in action.

But while that was great friend behavior, the reason why she got hate was that rumors spread about the royal asking her protection officers to tell the other spectators not to take pics of her since she was there 'in a private capacity'.

However, it's likely at this weekend's events Meghan will let all the drama go as she'll be there to cheer on her good friend, Serena Williams, alongside her sister-in-law. The delivery of baby Archie was kept a secret, she refused to pose for a picture on hospital steps after giving birth and now, the Wimbledon incident could be used as justification for the new nickname. "Low moments, high moments, she's always there", she added.

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"I didn't know there was negative media out there", she said. If Williams clinches the win, it will be the superstar athlete's eighth Wimbledon title and first Grand Slam since January 2017.

The seven-time Wimbledon victor has a total of 23 grand slams under her belt - just one away from Australian player Margaret Court's record of 24 which has stood since the 1970s.

When asked by a reporter whether she hopes Meghan will attend the Wimbledon final and "ignore all that negative media", Williams revealed that the existence of negative media was a surprise to her.

A spokesman for the Met Office said the duchesses ran the risk of some wet weather.

He said there was a 30% to 40% chance of the tournament seeing some rain.

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