Duchess Kate made a stunning singles appearance at the women’s singles final of Wimbledon.
The Duchess of Cambridge reached the final of the Tennis Championships on Saturday morning, where she watched the big match and later presented the trophy to Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC). The Duchess shone among the crowd in a bright, bright yellow Roksanda gown, which she previously wore last spring during a royal Caribbean tour of Cambridge.
The maxi-length dress features short sleeves, structured shoulders, and off-center bow decoration, as well as a flowing maxi-length skirt. She paired the dress with classic white heels by Gianvito Rossi, and her accessories included citrine and diamond earrings by Kiki McDonough, her sapphire-and-diamond engagement ring, and bow pins in shades of green and purple from AELTC .
Duchess Kate also wore a pair of oversized, cat-eye sunglasses while watching a match at the Royal Box with All England Club chairman Ian Hewitt.
This isn’t the first time the Duchess has opted for a bright yellow look for Wimbledon. In 2016, she wore a yellow Roksanda dress with white block details to watch Serena Williams win the semifinal match. She completed the look with nude pointed pumps, a silver watch and an engagement ring.
The royal will return to Wimbledon tomorrow, where she and Prince William will compete in the Gentlemen’s Singles final. The royal couple made a surprise appearance Tuesday to attend the quarterfinal match, watching the game alongside Hewitt and Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton.
For Tuesday’s look, Kate wore a bright blue and white polka-dot dress by Alessandra Rich that she first wore during Jubilee Weekend last month. She accessorised the look with black-and-white slingback heels, a white mini bag, pearl drop earrings, and her sapphire engagement ring, later adding Finlay’s brown tortoiseshell sunglasses as the sun came out.
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