The Prince and Princess of Wales brought the family to SW19 when they arrived at the All England club for the Wimbledon men’s final.
Princess Kate, 41, she looked effortlessly chic in an emerald gown by Roland Mouret, which cost £750, as she stepped onto the bridge of the All England Lawn, Tennis and Croquet Club in brilliant sunlight.
As she walked across the bridge, she caught sight of nine-year-old Prince George and eight-year-old Princess Charlotte, who had joined her for the day, along with their father, 41-year-old Prince William.
Kate’s emerald outfit was accessorized with emerald teardrop earrings and the same bow she wore yesterday on her chest, in emerald and amethyst Wimbledon colors.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte looked regal in a blue sundress, while her brother Prince George was the image of their father in a navy suit and tie.
The Prince and Princess of Wales greeted royal fans as they arrived at the All England Club this afternoon.
However, the Wales family seemed to be a bit windswept as they crossed the bridge, Kate’s and Charlotte’s thick brown hair blowing in the breeze.
The Prince and Princess of Wales greeted royal fans as they came across the bridge to enter the Club.
The mother of three, who had already attended Wimbledon twice before this season, seemed eager to see the final of the game she loved so much.
The princess, who has been a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 2016, was there to watch the men’s final, a match of ‘old vs young’ and ‘legend vs successor’.
The Princess of Wales looked elegant in the emerald gown as she greeted royal fans, while eight-year-old Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a blue floral gown.
Princess Kate smiled as she dazzled in the £750 emerald gown with a structured fit and ruffle details.
Windswept Kate! The princess looked stunning as her thick brown locks blew in the breeze as she arrived.
Princess Kate, 41, looked elegant in emerald as she waved to royal fans from the bridge as her children followed.
Nine-year-old Prince George looked dapper and dressed for the occasion in a navy blue suit with a white shirt and dark tie.
The sun came out for Kate this afternoon looking chic in emerald as she arrived at SW19 with her family
Novak Djokovic is playing Carlos Alcaraz, who is hoping to topple the legend. Djokovic has won seven times at Wimbledon and is chasing a record eighth.
But despite sometimes suffering from crippling nerves, such as at this year’s French Open, Alcaraz has said: “It’s a final, there’s no time to be afraid.” I’ll go for it and we’ll see what happens.
Either way, this is an exciting pairing that Kate will no doubt enjoy.
Throughout the week, she wore elegant outfits and was mesmerized by the sport she loves so much.
On Saturday, she wore a lime green Self Portrait dress costing £420 as she shook hands with the ball boys and girls in the women’s singles final.
She then looked entranced by tennis, before presenting a excited Marketa Vondrousova, 24, with the winning trophy.
When the princess arrived to watch Ons Jabeur of Tunisia take on Vondrousova of the Czech Republic to win the Venus Rosewater Dish, the enthusiastic sports fan smiled and waved to the crowd from the terrace.
The stakes were high for both players, as the lefty Jabeur hoped to become the first African woman to win a Grand Slam, while Vondrousova made history as the first unseeded player to reach the Wimbledon final in the Open era. .
A year ago, world number six Jabeur became the first North African woman, the first Arab woman and the first Muslim woman to reach a Grand Slam final.
Kate later comforted Jabeur before congratulating Vondrousova, who told her post-match interviewer that she planned to celebrate with a beer and another tattoo.
As the game progressed, the princess was seen chatting with former tennis stars Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova.
She then entertained throughout the match as she cheered, clapped and smiled as the unseeded Czech became the first unseeded Grand Slam champion.
Earlier in the week, she looked chic in a chic pleated white skirt and a mint £1,950 Balmain blazer.
She wore her hair in loose waves to her shoulders and opted for neutral makeup, with a sweep of eyeliner and a hint of blush.
Meanwhile, she kept her jewelry simple, with a pearl bracelet and £72 baroque pearl chunky knot earrings from Shyla.
Kate’s choice of Balmain for her outfit marked the first time royals had been spotted at the French brand. Famous fans of the fashion house include Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian.
During the outing, Kate put on a friendly display as she welcomed close friend Roger Federer to a special ceremony at Wimbledon.
She was among those who cheered enthusiastically when Federer, 41, was honored for his stellar sporting achievements on Center Court following his retirement from the game last year.
Upon her arrival, the Princess chatted with the ballboys present at the tournament who seemed dazed to meet the royals, but were still professionals.
Kate, 41, praised a Wimbledon maintenance manager for fixing a leak in the Court One store just a day before the Championships began, before settling in alongside Emma Waton and Dame Maggie Smith to watch the match.
The Princess braved strong winds to attend the All Lawn and Tennis Club, of which she is a sponsor, while tournament organizers sent a weather warning to attendees last night.