By Cliff Renfrew - Radar Reporter
Now that’s a love match.
Newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton, now officially known as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, took center stage at Wimbledon outside of London Monday to watch their friend, British tennis star Andy Murray, play his fourth round match.
In between the action, Prince William and Kate looked lovingly at one another while they applauded Murray as he defeated French star Richard Gasquet in straight sets.
The famous couple receive a huge ovation from the packed crowd at Centre Court before taking their seats in the royal box just in front of US tennis great Billy Jean King.
In keeping with the formal attire of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, William wore a blue suit and shirt with a red tie while Kate wore a stylish white summery Temperley Moriah designer dress.
The $1,200 pleated white outfit showed off Kate’s ultra thin figure and was ideal as temperatures soared.
Britain’s top player delighted the packed crowd and royal couple after he defeated Gasquet in straight sets 7-6, 6-3, 6-2.
Murray is being touted as Britain’s strongest chance of winning Wimbledon since Fred Perry back in 1936.
The next big outing for the Royal Couple will be their 9-day tour of North America -- they arrive in Ottawa, Canada on Thursday, June 30 and then arrive in Los Angeles on Friday, July 8th.