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Members of the British royal family rose to their feet at Eugenie Bouchard's latest victory.
The 20-year-old Canadian made her debut on the famous Wimbledon Centre Court and defeated Alize Cornet—which takes her to the women's quarterfinals.
The teen is named after the British princess and was once called a queen-in-waiting by John McEnroe.
And no one thinks the name (and title) is more fitting than the athlete herself.
"You can ask my coach or my parents or anyone that I can be a princess," she told reporters shortly after her big win.
"I can be moody in the morning. I'm not much of a morning person. My fitness trainer carries my tennis bag around, but that's because I want to save all of my energy for the match."
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She added, "I can demand a few things once in a while, but I do it with love."
And when asked how she feels about her victory, she said, "I'm happy I got the experience of playing under the famous roof. I follow the Roof on Twitter, and he's kind of funny. I hope he's proud of how I played today. He was looking down. Hopefully he enjoyed the match."
Sure enough, @WimbledonRoof was definitely pleased. Within seconds the account wrote, "Hey @geniebouchard. Hope you enjoyed playing under my protection today? You are welcome back any time..."
Meanwhile, the real Princess Eugenie was spotted with her sister Princess Beatrice at the annual (and always fashionable) Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London.
The two ladies looked divine in coordinating cocktail dresses and pastel heeled sandals. Chic!