The Wimbledon tournament, taking place in the UK from 26 June to 16 July, has moved into its decisive stage. On the tenth day of the tournament, the quarter-final women’s singles match between Ons Jaber of Tunisia and Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan was attended by 75-year-old Queen Camilla, who was officially crowned with her husband Charles III in early May. And in the royal box at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, where the competition is traditionally held, she sat next to her younger sister Annabel Elliott. Both hid their eyes behind sunglasses and watched the game intently.

It’s not the first time Annabel Elliott, 74, has travelled to Wimbledon matches with her sister. She has recently been in the media spotlight after accompanying Camilla to the historic coronation ceremony. Annabel is also listed as one of the Queen’s six companions – a modern day version of a Fräulein.

Before the match, Camilla had time to concentrate on business: she met the famous British tennis player Johanna Konta and Teresa Harris, founder of Learn to Love to Read, an organisation supported by Wimbledon’s charity arm. By the way, besides her, other members of the royal family, such as Zara and Mike Tindall, attended the same match.