The 19-year-old and Robson have a friendship dating back to when they were juniors and are so close that when she was winning the SW19 junior title a year ago, Bouchard stayed with the Briton and her family in London.
She is going it alone in a hotel this year and may need to amend her booking to a longer stay if she keeps playing as she did on Wednesday, seeing off the 12th-seeded Ana Ivanovic in a match moved to Centre Court at the last minute.
In just her second grand slam it was a big step for Bouchard, playing in just her second major tournament, but she was nerveless as she secured a 6-3 6-3 win, slaying a seed in the process, just as Robson did in beating Maria Kirilenko on Tuesday.
"I was really happy to find out we would change courts," Bouchard said, flanked by her non-identical twin sister and mother, who are making up her All England Club entourage.
"I found out 20 minutes before the match, so had a little change of routine but it worked out fine.
"It was my first time so I was really excited. It was kind of a big deal to me and was really cool. To play on Centre Court at Wimbledon is what everyone wants to do."
Bouchard and Robson's friendship led them to make their own spoof video of the number-one single 'Gangnam Style' which went viral on the internet.
And Bouchard - Genie to her friends - admits she loves catching up with the British number one when their schedules allow.
"I would say she is my closest friend on tour for sure," said Bouchard.
"I try not to have too many friends, but a few is good. We are in her home town so it's fun.
"Every time we are at the same tournament we hang out and stuff. It is nice to have someone who is going through the same things as you."