failed to hide his frustrations during Cameron Norrie’s quarter-final match at on Tuesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge ahead of ’s match with Jannick Sinner.
They sat in the royal box alongside TV personality David Walliams and former MP Tristram Hunt.
Celebrities including have also been watching the action unfold on the court.
William appeared to be in high spirits during the intense game, however, his mood suddenly switched after Norrie lost a point to his competitor David Goffin.
An attentive fan captured the moment the downcast Duke shook his head, and viewers believed he uttered the words: ‘No, no, no f*** it.’
While some fans were stunned by the profanity, many saw the funny side to his outburst.
‘Sometimes, dropping the F bomb is the only satisfying way forward,’ one person wrote.
‘Duke Cambridge has his moment like the rest of us a slip of the tongue,’ another added.
‘Nonono, it’s good!!!! He’s a real human after all!!!!!!,’ another enthused.
While a third person simply tweeted: ‘Summed up the mood of the nation.’
Norrie, 26, celebrated making it through the Wimbledon semi-finals after beating Goffin in a five-set thriller, and now faces reigning champion
Born in South Africa and raised in New Zealand by British parents, Norrie has represented Great Britain in professional tennis since 2013 and is coached by Argentine Facundo Lugones – who won ATP Coach of the Year for 2021.
Asked for his thoughts on reaching the semi-final, a visibly emotional Norrie said: ‘Honestly, I’m just speechless. I can’t even talk.
‘So happy to get through which such a great team, and such a great family and friends here.’
He added: ‘Yeah it’s great to win this but it only gets tougher! I know he’s gonna come out and I’m going to enjoy that and take it to him and hopefully you guys can get behind me again – I’m sure you will!
‘Looking forward to it. Can’t enjoy it too much now, just get ready for Novak in a couple of days.’
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