Kate to attend Wimbledon finals with Prince William after Covid isolation ends

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Kate Middleton will attend the Wimbledon women’s and men’s final this weekend after her Covid isolation ends.

She was alerted last Friday she had come into contact with a Covid-infected person, having spent most of the day at the tennis tournament.

Isolation periods last for ten days after coming into contact with a Covid positive person – not from the date of notification.

Kensington Palace have said that Kate's self-isolation period will be over by Saturday.

The quarantine period has prevented the duchess from attending events like the NHS’ 73rd birthday with William at St Pauls Cathedral yesterday.

It is understood that the duchess has received her second vaccination jab, with it being just over five weeks since pictures were released on her getting the first at the Science Museum in London.

Kate and Prince William plan to attend the women’s final on Saturday together. Then Kate will appear again on Sunday alone, with William expected to appear at the England football match instead.

Football fans have urged Prince William to bring "lucky mascot" Prince George to Wembley Stadium with him as he watches England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final.

The seven year old stole the hearts of viewers as he cheered on the Three Lions in their triumphant match against Germany last week while wearing a suit and sitting alongside his dad and mum Kate.

And after William excitedly tweeted about England's win against Denmark on Wednesday, his social media followers begged the royal to bring his eldest to the final for a spot of "good luck".

"What a game, what a result! A huge team effort @England," 39 year old William tweeted shortly after the match.

"The whole country will be behind you on Sunday #ItsComingHome," he added.

Immediately a fan responded with a picture of George alongside the comment: "Please can we have this young man at the final Dad?"

"We want to see you, your lovely wife, and your son, George on Sunday," another added.

A third added: "Get our little Prince George there on Sunday. He can be our lucky mascot of England #eng #ThreeLions."

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