Petra Kvitova and Eugenie Bouchard were on fire all fortnight, but that doesn't mean it was easy.
Kvitova was two points from going out in the third round to five-time champion Venus Williams.
And though Bouchard didn't drop a set to get to the final, she had a country mile of very close sets.
She had to score her two best wins, against World No.7 Angelique Kerber and World No.3 Simona Halep.
Bouchard had never beaten a Top 7 player before Wimbledon, and No.6-ranked Kvitova was up next.
There was a star-studded group in the Royal Box, as well, including actress Keira Knightly.
Jim Parsons, star of TV comedy The Big Bang Theory, was also in Bouchard's support group.
There was also sporting royalty - Frank Lampard, an English professional soccer player.
And straight up royalty - Princess Eugenie of York, who Bouchard herself was named after.
The No.13-seeded Bouchard looked strong in the first few games, staying toe-to-toe on Centre Court.
But the No.6-seeded Kvitova scored the first break of the match early on and never really looked back.
From 5-3 in the first set Kvitova began piling it on - she closed out the set with a huge forehand.
The games kept piling on - she would end up winning seven games in a row to finish the match.
And with one last backswing, Kvitova would produce a vintage crosscourt backhand winner for the win.
That backhand was Kvitova's 28th winner of the match, far outweighing her 12 unforced errors.
Kvitova ran up to her box and celebrated with her coach, her manager, and perhaps best of all...
... her dad.
Kvitova won her second Grand Slam title, having also conquered Wimbledon three years ago in 2011.
She was already the only player born in the 1990s to win a Grand Slam, and she's done it twice now.
A former World No.2, Kvitova will go from No.6 back to No.4 now, her highest ranking in two years.