Princess Beatrice looks summery as she joins Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at Wimbledon

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Princess Beatrice has been spotted enjoying a day out at Wimbledon.

The Queen’s grandchild was joined by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi as the pair watched the women’s double semi-final from the Royal Box on Centre Court on Friday.

The royal looked summery in a pink and white floral dress while her property tycoon husband was equally stylish in his blue shirt with a white blazer for the occasion.

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They wed in July 2020 and last year announced the birth of their first child together, a daughter Sienna Elizabeth.

But enjoying a day away from parenting duties, the couple appeared in high spirits as they watched from the Royal Box on day 12 of the SW19 tennis championships.

Later on Centre Court, British men’s number one Cameron Norrie is set to play Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the hotly anticipated men’s singles semi-final.

Djokovic is seeking a seventh SW19 title while Norrie, 26, is facing the biggest match of his career.

A pair of tickets are going for up to £36,000 on resale sites.

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Crowds of people have been lining up in the queue for tickets to the SW19 grounds, with many saying they have come just to cheer on the British number one.

But some said they were disappointed that the semi-final between Australian Nick Kyrgios and Rafael Nadal is not going ahead after the Spaniard pulled out on Thursday due to an abdominal injury.

Earlier this week, Prince William and Kate Middleton, both 40, made a stunning appearance at Wimbledon.

The royal couple watched world number one Novak Djokovic play Italy’s Jannik Sinner in their quarter-final match on Tuesday afternoon.

They courted attention when they watched on from the Royal Box on Centre Court.

Kate is a patron of the Lawn Tennis Association and regular attendee of Wimbledon.

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