Doctor's orders! Duchess Kate was forbidden to attend Wimbledon when she was pregnant


Note: The above video was published during Wimbledon 2016.

As the Duchess of Cambridge, you may think that Kate gets anything and everything she wants when she wants it -- but not so fast.

The royal mom of two recently revealed that when she was pregnant with 3-year-old Prince George in 2013, she was prohibited from attending Wimbledon. If you know how much of a tennis fan she is (she even divulged that dabbling in a tennis career has crossed her mind), you know how devastating the "ban" was for her. However, as much as she wanted to be there, her doctor said "'definitely not" -- and you can't really argue with doctor's orders when you're eight months pregnant.

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'I was very heavily pregnant," Kate said in a BBC tennis documentary. "I wrote to him [Murray] afterwards saying sorry for not being there." The princess has even played tennis with Murray's mom, so clearly, they're buddies.

In addition to her tennis career contemplation, Kate's passion for the sport is seriously no joke. Not only does the duchess' Anmer Hall home have a tennis court, but she also became the patron of All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club when Queen Elizabeth II handed over the role in 2016. Not to mention that her mom has a serious crush on Roger Federer -- and he even attended Pippa Middleton's wedding in May.

Luckily, Kate will be in the stands this year -- as she very well should be.

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