It was a girls' day for Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton and Sister Pippa Middleton at the Wimbledon Women's Final on Saturday.
The ladies, who saw Serena Williams compete against Simona Halep, sat together and applauded throughout.
This is the second year in a row that Markle and sister-in-law Kate, both 37 years old, have taken part in the final together.
Kate put on a conservative green dress while Markle opted for a flowing white pleated skirt. 35-year-old Pippa wore a flowered dress with ruffled sleeves.
The Duchess of Sussex and her new mother came to Wimbledon last week to support her longtime friend Williams and caused a stir when her team demanded that she not be photographed.
The alleged photo ban, however, seemed to be lifted when she was caught several times with the two sisters and alone and waved to the crowd.
Also in the stands was British Prime Minister Theresa May, music artist Pharrell. and "The Beauty and the Beast" with Josh Gad and Luke Evans.
The American tennis star lost in straight sets against Halep.
Kate's official Instagram account, which she shares with husband Prince William, posted a video of the Duchess of Kensington congratulating Halep.
"Really well done, honestly it was inspirational to see," she said. "They played an amazing game, it was really impressive, so congratulations, enjoy the festivities."
The tennis match is the second sporting event that the sister-in-law attended this week after bringing their kids to Prince Harry's Polo had game on Wednesday.