“The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and The Duchess of Sussex will attend the Ladies' Singles Final at The Championships, Wimbledon on Saturday 13th July,” read the tweet.
The news comes one year after the royal duo made their first joint solo outing at the sporting tournament.
The palace also announced the Duchess of Cambridge will be joined by her husband Prince William at the Wimbledon men's singles final on Sunday afternoon.
“The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and The Duke of Cambridge will attend the Gentlemen's Singles Final of The Championships, Wimbledon on Sunday 14th July,” read the announcement on their official Twitter page.
The news comes days after Meghan was given an unflattering new nickname after she instructed her royal security personnel to inform spectators at Wimbledon not to take photos of her.
Despite being a public figure, Meghan insisted that she was at the Grand Slam in a 'personal capacity' so to watch her friend Serena William play, and therefore off duty.
Having been previously dubbed 'Duchess Difficult' after rumours of her diva demands made their way from the palace and into the public, the new mum is now being mocked for her 'no photos' request, earning the nickname 'Princess Privacy'.
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