On Wednesday, William and Kate graced the All England Lawn Tennis Club and Croquet Club with their presence.
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They arrived with AELTC Chairman Philip Brook before the men’s quarter-finals kicked off on Centre Court.
The Cambridge’s were at Wimbledon to show their support for Andy Murray on day 10 of the tournament. Murray played Grigor Dimitrov.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took their seats alongside Princess Beatrice and her long-term boyfriend, Dave Clark, comedian Michael McIntyre, and England rugby union coach, Stuart Lancaster.
Kate paid homage to the Tennis Club’s strict fashion rules for players and re-wore her white dress by Australian brand, Zimmerman (named after designer sisters Nicky and Simone).
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She last wore the knee-length, cut-out detail broderie anglaise sundress, called the ‘Roamer’ day dress (£274), in April 2014 on their New Zealand/Australia Royal Tour.
The Duchess swapped her Stuart Weitzman ‘Minx’ raffia wedges for her nude LK Bennett Sledge stilettos ($345).
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Kate carried her Anya Hindmarch straw Fan clutch with signature gold bow and over-sized beaded tassel. You may recall that we last saw her carrying this in Gatineau, Quebec at a citizenship ceremony on the Canada Tour in 2011.
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Prepared for the British weather, the Duchess carried a red pashmina (UFO) over her arm and finished off her look with her Annoushka 18ct gold, diamond and pearl drop earrings and her Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch.
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As the sun began to beat down on the royal box, Kate casually threw on a pair of dark RayBan sunglasses (not yet, ID’ed) to protect her eyes from the glare. Her glossy hair was curled perfectly.
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