The Princess of Wales, 41, was joined by the eight-year-old as well as her husband the Prince, 41, and her eldest son Prince George, nine, at the All England Club for the men’s final on Sunday.
Both George and his younger sister punched the air in delight to celebrate Carlos Alcaraz’s maiden Wimbledon title in the nail-biting five-set epic against Novak Djokovic.
Meanwhile Charlotte was seen adorable clapping as she stared at the world number one in awe.
And her close relationship with her mother was also on show at the match yesterday, as Kate stroked her face and leaned in close to chat with her.
Kate Middleton, 41, showed off her close bond with Princess Charlotte, eight, during the little royal’s first official trip to Wimbledon yesterday
The Princess of Wales, 41, was joined by the eight-year-old as well as her husband the Prince, 41, and her eldest son Prince George, nine, at the All England Club for the men’s final
Charlotte and Kate’s close relationship was on show at the match yesterday, as the Princess stroked her face daughter’s and leaned in close to chat with her
Arriving at SW19 with her husband and two children, the Princess of Wales told Ella Ottaway, who runs the All England Club’s young people programme: ‘It’s Charlotte’s first time, George came last year. They’ve been eagerly watching.
‘Charlotte, you’ve been getting to grips with the scoring. Louis was very upset he wasn’t coming today.’
Princess Charlotte wore a £169 dress from Spanish brand Friki to the final.
Kate often dresses George, Charlotte, and her youngest Prince Louis, five, in British brands, so perhaps Charlotte’s Spanish dress was a hint at who her favourite tennis player from the match was.
On her first ever visit to the Wimbledon Championships Charlotte chatted to Mu’awwiz Anwar, who is performing the coin toss ahead of the match.
The eight-year-old presented Mu’awwiz with the coin he will use to decide which finalist serves first in the final.
Meanwhile Kate had looked on as Charlotte met police dog Stella and was seen petting the springer spaniel, who will retire when she turns nine next year.
As the family entered Centre Court, Kate walked in hand-in-hand with Princess Charlotte, who appeared to be beaming with excitement.
The little royal donned a cool pair of pink £21 sunglasses while sat with her brother and parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, and grinned as she marvelled at well-fought points.
But at times, the Princess sunk into her chair and looked as though she couldn’t bear to watch the match.
Kate and Charlotte arrived on Centre Court holding hands as the crowd cheered and applauded for the royal family
The Princess could be seen leaning across to stroke Charlotte’s face during the outing yesterday
Meanwhile Kate was animated as she chatted with the eight-year-old during the outing yesterday
Kate appeared perfectly in tune with her daughter, leaning close to chat with her during moments of the match
Kate appeared in tune with her daughter, leaning close to chat with her during moments of the match, as well as stroking her face and placing a hand on her chair.
George and Charlotte were on tenterhooks during the final that ultimately saw Alcaraz claim the winner’s trophy and £2.35million prize fund.
At one point George was seen putting his head in his hands following a near miss point. Dressed in a blue suit and tie, the heir to the throne frequently leant over to discuss parts of the match with his father beside him.
The two siblings could be seen cheering with their fists in the air as Alcaraz, 20, claimed a 3-2 victory in a match that had seemed impossible.
Their mother, the Princess of Wales, beamed as she congratulated the 20-year-old Spaniard and handed him his trophy – who emotionally held it up to the crowd who had backed him throughout the nearly five-hour long game.
Louis, the youngest member of the family, was unhappy that he couldn’t join them despite practising being a ballboy this year.
It marked a busy few days for Princess Charlotte and the rest of the Wales’s who, on Friday visited the Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.
Kate walked into the grounds holding hands with her young daughter ahead of the contest yesterday
The Princess of Wales, who is patron of Wimbledon, lead her family into the event in SW19 yesterday
The little royal was dressed in a black and white striped £39 Rachel Riley dress which she last wore to the 2022 Commonwealth games.
During the engagement on Friday, Princess Charlotte listened intently and stayed close to her parents.
However, she was led astray by her little brother – who was perplexed by something he had seen on the roof of the aircraft.
Prince George was dressed in green chinos and a short-sleeved shirt for the tour while his younger brother looked adorable in a navy jumper and matching shorts.
Both Charlotte and Louis were adorable in their matching navy plimsolls as they braved the rain.
Looking typically chic, Kate opted for a statement beige Blaze Milano blazer with a white blouse and tailored blue trousers as she explored a plane.