Kate Middleton returned to Wimbledon on Sunday afternoon for the men’s wheelchair singles final and men’s singles final games. It was another big summer fashion moment for the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a belted pastel pink Beulah London dress, Aldo heels, a pink floral mask, and Mappin & Webb Empress dangle earrings to take on the matches. She wore a floral Joseph clutch
Today was the Duchess of Cambridge’s second day in a row at Wimbledon, after attending the women’s final match with Prince William on Saturday. Duchess Kate wore a green Emilia Wickstead dress as she cheered in the stands. She also presented the trophy to Australian tennis player Ashleigh Barty after defeating Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic.
The women’s final was Duchess Kate’s first public appearance since Kensington Palace announced on Monday she was self-isolating following a COVID-19 exposure. A spokesperson said at the time: “Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home.”
Duchess Kate, an avid tennis fan and royal patron of the All Tennis Lawn and Racquet Club, returned to Wimbledon last week (July 2) after the 2020 tournament was cancelled. While watching the doubles match, she wore a polka-dot skirt by Alessandra Rich with a white top and navy blazer. He later discovered the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and helped prepare meals in the kitchen on the grounds.
There is no doubt in our mind that the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is one of the most stylish members of England’s royal family. Her impeccable sense of style never ceases to amaze those who are in awe of her, and her savvy fashion sense.
In her latest public appearance—which was the Wimbledon women’s singles final between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova—Middleton wore a classy, emerald green midi dress and teamed it with a pair of white stiletto heels. She completed her look with soft, beachy waves and wore a pair of diamond drop earrings and dark glasses. Cap sleeves added to an already mesmerizing outfit.
Then, shortly after Wimbledon, Middleton appeared at the UEFA 2020 Euro Championship, where she saw Italy face England, accompanied by Prince William and son Prince George. The Duchess changed into a white blazer look to match, and paired it with dark jeans and beaded red statement earrings by Blaise. Overall, the two continued Middleton’s streak of turning sporting events into a royal fashion moment. It’s a Duchess tradition, after all.