We’re green with envy over this royal’s Wimbledon style.
Kate Middleton skipped Wimbledon whites for the third time this year, wearing yet another green outfit of the championship series as she attended the men’s Wimbledon 2023 finals in England yesterday.
The royal joined Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte — who made her Wimbledon debut — for the exciting match between Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz, with her husband and children coordinated in shades of blue.
The Princess of Wales, 41, sported a midi-length Roland Mouret sheath dress ($929) with ruffled detail at the shoulder as she took in the action-packed men’s singles final, marking her third appearance at this year’s championships.
Middleton — who serves as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), which hosts Wimbledon — pinned her special purple-and-green AELTC ribbon to her dress.
After enjoying the tennis action with her family, the Princess of Wales presented the championship trophy to Alcaraz, who clinched this year’s title after a rousing hours-long match against the reigning champ.
On Saturday, the royal wore another standout green look as she attended the women’s singles final between Ons Jabeur and Marketa Vondrousova, donning an almost neon tennis ball-hued Self-Portrait dress ($615).
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Earlier this month, the royal stepped out at Wimbledon for the first time this season — and wore her first green ensemble of the championships — while rocking a Princess Diana-inspired look consisting of a mint green blazer and white skirt.
She took the green-and-white theme down to her shoes, wearing 1980s-style white pumps as she took in the action on day two of the championships, joining pal Roger Federer for the tennis fun.
See you on the courts next year, Kate.