Prince Louis has received a special gift, as his mum Kate attended the Wimbledon final.
Prince Louis was gifted a special present over the weekend as his mother Kate Middleton attended Wimbledon.
The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted out at Wimbledon on Sunday with husband Prince William, as the pair attended the annual tennis championship to watch the final game of this year’s tournament between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.
The mum-of-three was seen enjoying the tennis final in the royal box, sitting just one row in front of American tennis legend Stan Smith, who has famously had the iconic Adidas Stan Smith trainer named after him.
And fans didn’t miss the sweet moment that occurred between the two tennis fans.
The former world number one was spotted speaking to the Duchess and handing over a special present for one of her little ones.
The 1972 Wimbledon champion could be seen handing over a tiny pair of brand new Adidas Stan Smith trainers in the iconic green and white colour – and they even came with a special on front.
Written in gold pen on the side of the shoe, the tennis great had written ‘To Louis’ and then signed his recognisable autograph.
This isn’t the first time in recent weeks that the Cambridge children have expressed an interest in tennis.
Kate recently revealed that Wimbledon finalist Roger Federer is son Prince George’s favourite tennis player, and even dropped in that the two had played a game together.
Speaking about the young prince after his second round victory over Britain’s Jay Clarke at Wimbledon, the tennis great said: ‘At that stage it’s all about just touch the ball, it’s already good.
‘Same with my boys.
‘I think I have a little advantage that I actually spent some time, you know, with him.’
Let’s hope we get to catch a glimpse some time soon of little Louis out in his new kicks!