Kate Middleton, 39, appeared at Wimbledon today to watch day five of the tennis. She was joined by British tennis champ Tim Henman, who sat next to the Duchess to watch today’s matches.
Mum-of-three Kate wore a fitted blazer from Canadian brand Smyth, with a bow brooch in the Wimbledon colours pinned to the lapel.
She paired this with a navy and white polka dot skirt by Alessandra Rich, which retails for £795.
Complementing the look were a pair of simple white stilettos and a white top.
The Duchess wore her long brown hair loosely over her shoulders.
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The finishing touch was a white leather handbag that Kate carried in one hand.
Kate opted for simple jewellery, wearing a pair of pearl drop earrings and her favourite coin necklace which features her children’s initials.
Following Covid rules, the Duchess wore a mask as she entered Wimbledon, removing it once she was seated.
The Duchess is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), and attends Wimbledon every year.
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Later today, tennis champ and friend of the Duchess Andy Murray will play against Canadian Denis Shapovalov.
But Kate wasn’t at Wimbledon just to watch the tennis – she also visited the kitchen used by AELTC over the past year to support the local community throughout the pandemic.
Over the past year, the kitchen prepared and distributed some 200 hot meals every day.
And today, one of those helping out was the Duchess herself as she helped staff and volunteers prepping food.
She also heard more about this charitable initiative from executive chef Adam Fargin, who has been leading the project.
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