(CBS News) Prince William and Kate got a gold medal in audience participation Thursday while cheering on Britain's Andy Murray in his Olympic tennis match.
The royal couple was photographed joining in on the wave as they watched Murray's quarterfinal match against Nicolas Almagaro of Spain from the royal box at Wimbledon.
William sported a suit with a London 2012 pin on the lapel, while Kate donned a blue Stella McCartney dress that she wore to the opening of an Olympic exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery earlier this month. She paired the dress with a navy blazer that she wore to two other Olympic events this week, the Daily Mail notes.
The couple rose to their feet when Murray claimed victory in two sets, winning 6-4, 6-1, the Mail reports.
They were spotted again Thursday watching indoor track cycling at the Velodrome, wearing more casual Olympic apparel. (See a photo below.)
William and Kate, along with Prince Harry and other members of the royal family, have been showing support for Team Great Britain since the Olympics began. Earlier this week, they watched and cheered as cousin Zara Phillips helped the British eventing equestrian team claim a silver medal. They also visited athletes in the Olympic Village and have been spotted in the stands at other events.