Kate Middleton wore her best summer outfit to Wimbledon on Friday, where she had a front-row seat to the action.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, toured the London facility before sitting courtside for Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur’s third-round win over Spain’s Garbie Muguruza in the women’s singles.
Middleton accessorized with white heels and her favourite blue floral face mask from Amaia, which retails for $20, while wearing Smythe’s navy “Duchess Blazer” ($695) — a style named after her, of course — and an Alessandra Rich pleated polka-dot midi skirt ($618).
Kate Middleton, 39, also paid tribute to her children by wearing a white blouse with a personalized necklace from Daniella Draper ($1,400).
The special piece bears the initials of her three children from her marriage to Prince William: sons Prince George, 7, and Prince Louis, 3, and daughter Princess Charlotte, 6.
In addition to inspecting the court, the Duchess of Cambridge arranged for cream tea cakes in the Wingfield Kitchen and viewed a new Maggie Hamblin portrait of UK tennis player Andy Murray.
Murray, who plays Canada’s Denis Shapovalov on Friday, is the Cambridges’ “unbiased” pick to win this year’s tournament.
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On Friday, the Kensington Royal account tweets a tribute to fellow British athlete Emma Raducanu, “Unbiased to win it: @andy_murray and @EmmaRaducanu #Wimbledon,”
Kate’s visit to Wimbledon comes just one day after William, 39, and his brother, Prince Harry, unveiled a memorial to their late mother, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace.
The royal siblings reunited on what would have been Diana, Princess of Wales’ 60th birthday, despite their strained relationship in recent years.
Kate Middleton and Harry’s wife Meghan Markle, who recently gave birth to daughter Lilibet Diana in California, did not attend Thursday’s event.