Prince William's enthusiastic support of British Wimbledon semi-finalist Cam Norrie has landed him with a warning over bad language from a concerned fan.
The Prince was seen in the Centre Court crowd with his wife Kate Middleton yesterday (July 5).
However, it clearly got too much for our future King during several tense moments of the match.
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Indeed some eagle-eyed royal fans spotted the Duke of Cambridge shaking his head and seemingly muttering "no, no, no, f**k it" at periods of the contest.
And many believed that on this occasion, William perhaps needed to be more guarded with his emotions.
One Royal superfan cautioned: "I enjoyed seeing pics of you both & your reactions. (psst..You must remember to put use a hand to cover naughty words in case a little person lip-reads)."
Others were more forgiving: "I'm so happy I'm not famous.
"Eyes everywhere and always having to do something. Bro, it's got to suck. Well, aside from the money. I bet being rich is pretty nice."
The Royal couple looked relaxed as they started the day ahead of the men's singles quarter-final tennis match between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner.
Kate donned a blue polka dot dress for the occasion whilst Wills wore a pale grey checked jacket and navy trousers.
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Although the Duke is clearly passionate about sport, he has previously admitted that he isn't very good at playing them himself.
Speaking to boxer Lauren Price before she left with Team GB for Japan ahead of the Olympic Games, he told her: "You see Lauren, I have a problem, I’m not even good at one sport and you’re already good at three sports."
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