Is there anything Kate Middleton can’t do? She’s the Duchess of Cambridge (the Countess of Strathearn in Scotland), wife, mother, a style icon, a boxing champ, and a tennis aficionado.
Last Thursday, Kate visited Wimbledon to watch the women’s semi-finals. Wearing her bright yellow, colour-block dress by Roksanda Ilincic (previously spotted in 2014 on the Royal tour of Australia), Kate looked vibrant and oh-so summery. She completed her outfit with nude patent Malory Pumps and her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch. A true fan, Kate has attended the tournament regularly throughout the years, and she even plays tennis herself. She is so passionate about the sport that this summer the Duchess reportedly plans to take over the Queen’s position as patron of the All England Club.
As if being a tennis whiz wasn’t enough, earlier last week Kate also schooled us in off-the-shoulder fashion. She wore a mesh-paneled number by a new London-based designer, Barbara Casasola, as she presented the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award at the Natural History Museum. She topped the look with sandals by Schultz and her signature glossy blowout. Simply fab.
The Duchess of Cambridge returned to Wimbledon yesterday with Prince William to cheer on British favourite, Andy Murray, at the men’s final. Following an intense match against Canadian, Milos Raonic, Kate and William congratulated Murray on his tennis title win. The Duchess wore a new Alexander McQueen dress to mark the occasion. The “Obsession” dress is from McQueen’s latest line and features a jewel neckline, A-line cut and whimsical print. Kate accessorized with Brora Gold Charm Earrings, her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch and Gianvtio Rossi Praline Suede pumps.
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