Kate Middleton looks effortlessly elegant in green at Wimbledon Ladies Final
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Kate Middleton looked effortlessly elegant in green as she arrived at the Wimbledon Ladies' Final.
The Princess of Wales, 41, arrived at Wimbledon to take up her seat in the Royal Box to watch the final between Markéta Vondroušová and Ons Jabeur.
The royal wore an outfit by designer Self Portrait, pairing a pale green button up top with belt detail alongside a matching pleated skirt.
She paired her dress with a pair of heels and a cream-coloured handbag alongside a simple gold bracelet and a small pair of beaded earrings.
The princess was seen chatting to Wimbledon staff as she arrived, including a ball girl and ball boy on the Players' Lawn.
Kate will make her way to Centre Court to see Czech player Marketa Vondrousova take on Tunisian Ons Jabeur from 2pm.
As a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Kate is a regular face at Wimbledon.
She previously had a rain-hit visit on the tournament’s second day this year when she took shelter under an umbrella on Court 18, where she was watching British number one Katie Boulter.
In the afternoon, she made her way to the Royal Box where she was joined by former champion Roger Federer.
On her previous visit, Kate continued the pale green theme, opting for a mint green blazer with white detailing and a pleated white skirt.
Fellow Brits Heather Watson, George Loffhagen and Sonay Kartal were also set to take to the courts that day – but the weather had other ideas.
The Princess of Wales quickly left Court 18 after it started to rain, with the match later suspended and the court covered because of the wet weather.
Kate recently joined eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger for a behind-the-scenes look at the work of the “amazingly professional” ball boys and girls who are a key part of the tennis tournament.
The Princess and the tennis legend were guests at a training session for some of the young hopefuls who aimed to be chosen for the around 250 ball boy and girl roles during Wimbledon.
The championships will run until July 16, with the women's singles final set to take place on Saturday, 15 July, and the men's singles final set to take over the courts on Sunday, 16 July.
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