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Kate Middleton is at Wimbledon, doesn't know how to clap

She's a problem clapper, Jerry.

Dear friend of SB Nation @cjzero alerted us to something important during the Wimbledon men's final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. This is quite a discovery.

And the accompanying GIF:

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Some possible explanations for this ludicrous display:

- Hands sticky from strawberries and cream
- drunj
- Umm ...
- Probably just bad at clapping

Upon a cursory look through our photo tool, we can pretty much verify that the last bullet point is the correct one. Just look at her technique in the following photos.

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She calls that one "the invisible ball."

This one is "the sandpaper":

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And here's one she calls "oops, I've let the parakeet out."

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(Photos by Susan Mullane-US PRESSWIRE)

Here's Kate, performing "the dainty Hadoken":

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(Photo by Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE)

And the classic "Mister Miyagi":

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(Photo by Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE)

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Above is the "take 'em to church." (Our photo tool has three different pictures -- all in a row -- from this event that depict Prince William in different states of applause, but the Duchess' hands are just stuck together like that.)

(Photo by Ford McClave-US PRESSWIRE)

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Above, she is clearly taken aback by a request for a handshake during the unorthodox "twistamagoo."

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And of course, the "finger sniff."

(Photos by Susan Mullane-US PRESSWIRE)

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