Meghan and Kate's 'tension' obvious from Wimbledon appearances — 'relationship stalled'

Kate and her husband Prince William made their first appearance at the Wimbledon

Championships on Tuesday to see Britain’s number one Cameron Norrie secure his

place in the semi-finals. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were seated in the

Royal Box — the most exclusive enclosure at Centre Court — to watch Norrie out-

work and out-stroke his way to a 3-6 7-5 2-6 6-3 7-5 victory over Belgium’s David Goffin.

They are expected to return to the SW19 couts to witness more of the action,

and in her role as Royal Patron of the All England Club,

Kate is likely to present the winners’ trophies at the end of the week.

The Duchess has been patron since 2016, when Queen Elizabeth II handed down a number of her patronages on her 90th birthday.