Pippa Middleton enjoyed a cozy date with her husband James Matthews at Wimbledon today.
Taking center court, the Princess of Wales’ sister, 39, channeled summer in a pretty yellow dress, which she teamed with a stylish pair of sunglasses.
Her husband James, 47, paid tribute to her bright outfit in a light blue suit with a matching tie.
Mother-of-three Pippa is a tennis fan and has played regularly at the stand in previous years.
They joined a star-studded crowd at SW19 including Queen Camilla, Mary Berry and Peter Phillips, all of whom were put into the Royal Box.
Wimbledon was packed with royalty today as keen sports fan Zara Tindall, 42, and her husband Mike, 44, also attended to catch the action – but unlike the Queen, they sat in the stands with other tennis fans such as Pippa and James.
Looking effortlessly chic in a £250 ME + EM striped maxi dress, Zara, who is Princess Anne’s daughter, boosted her stature in £740 Saint Laurent wedges as she hit the world famous tennis courts.
Completing her outfit was a £325 Aspinall London bag, while she clutched a white sun hat.
Mike looked dapper in a mismatched gray suit and striped oxford blue tie. She paired the look with brown loafers.
Mother-of-three Zara, the eldest of the late Queen’s granddaughters, often attends sporting events. The former Olympian was most recently seen at Ascot, when he often found himself showjumping.
Former England rugby pro Mike is also a keen sportsman and recently led the Silverstone circuit.
Meanwhile, Pippa recently moved from a £17million townhouse in Chelsea to a 30-room Berkshire retreat with her husband.
But the Princess of Wales’ younger sister may one day be tempted to move to the Scottish Highlands when her billionaire husband inherits his family’s Glen Affric estate.
Pippa and James appreciate the move on court as they look great in summer dresses and sunglasses
Princess Kate’s sister Pippa and her husband James attended Center Court
James’ father David Matthews bought the estate in 2018, including the main house, Africa Lodge, on 10,000 acres of a peninsula and a loch of the same name.
Glen Affric is about 15 miles west of Loch Ness, southwest of the village of Cannich in the Highlands of Scotland.
David took the title courtesy of Glenn Africa and immediately transformed the estate into a fancy rental offering.
How much he bought it for is unknown, but we can only guess at £11,800 for a three-night stay for eight people or £17,800 for a group of 16.
The main lodge has a total of eight bedrooms as well as a whiskey room, a living room, a dining room and various sitting rooms.
The lodge is decorated with paintings of Highland landscapes by 19th-century artist Sir Edwin Landseer and retains its traditional Victorian features such as turrets and fireplaces.
Queen Camilla looked elegant in Wimbledon white as she wore a knee-length dress with navy piping as she arrived in the Royal Box on Center Court today.
The Tindalls looked stylish as they posed for the cameras on quarter-final day at SW19, with Zara wearing an ME + EM shirt dress.
Peter Phillips looked smart in a dark blue suit, white shirt and red tie as he sat in the front row of the Royal Box.
It was built between 1860 and 1872 of local pine and hardwood and Caledonian granite.
Meanwhile, the charming and newly built stable cottage nearby is contemporary and colorful.
The lodge is also known in wider circles, and the late Queen’s grandmother Mary previously stayed at the lodge in the 19th century, when David Beckham filmed an advert for his Haig Club whiskey there in 2014.
James’ brother, former Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews even married his wife Vogue Williams at the estate in June 2018.
The estate website states that Glen Affric is considered one of the most beautiful places in Scotland.