The Princess of Wales looked sensational as she arrived at the All England Lawn and Tennis Club in SW19 to take part in the women’s final today.
Kate, 41, opted for a £420 lime green self-portrait dress with a pleated skirt and tweed jacket detailing.
On his lapel, he paid tribute to the tournament with a bow in signature purple and dark green.
She wore her thick brunette locks half up and hanging down her shoulders as she pulled the windswept strands away from her face. She opted for a touch of bronze and blush, paired with a smoky eye.
As the princess arrived to watch the Czech Republic’s Marketa Vondrosova of Tunisia’s Ounce Jabeur play to win the Venus Rosewater Dish, keen sports fans waved to the crowd from the terrace below.
Princess of Wales stunned in lime green as she wore a pleated skirt and a tweed jacket to compete in the women’s singles final today.
Adding to her accessories, the princess wore a thin gold bangle on her wrist and £5,430 Cassandra God pearl and diamond earrings. She carried a light pink suede clutch bag from Amy London
The princess braved the high winds to join the All Lawn and Tennis Club, of which she is a patron, while tournament organizers sent out a weather warning for attendees last night.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind and heavy rainfall throughout the afternoon.
Issuing a statement on Twitter last night, the tournament’s official Twitter account said: ‘We are monitoring the weather forecast and in light of the issued yellow weather warning, we are making appropriate adjustments to our operations.
Princess Kate, 41, arrived in the breeze at the All England Lawn and Tennis Club as she brushed hair from her face.
The princess wore her hair in a half-up, half-down style and her locks were curled in thick waves as you hung them down her back.
She carried a light pink suede bag with a chain handle from Amy London, which she had worn earlier
As she was led into the arena, Kate looked radiant in a lime green dress with a structured jacket and flowing skirt.
Kate beamed in the £420 Self Portrait Lime Green Dress, designed to look like a two-piece, in a style previously favored by the princess.
Kate wowed as she waved to onlookers at the All England Club as she showed off her stunning pearl and diamond earrings from Cassandra Godd.
The Princess of Wales had her hair brushed from her face as she braved strong winds in SW19 amid a Met Office yellow weather warning.
On her wrist, the princess wore a golden bangle, and her thick brunette locks curled and hung behind her.
Tennis fans were eager to catch a glimpse of royalty as Kate arrived and waved to the crowd from above.
The tournament schedule on Center Court and No. 1 Court will continue as planned. Please be aware that queues will be closed tomorrow and we apologize for any disappointment.
‘We encourage all guests to dress appropriately and be prepared for inclement weather and to check our website and social media channels for further updates.’
Princess Kate’s appearance this afternoon comes after a rainy family day on Friday to visit the Royal International Air Tattoo.
She and Prince William took Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five, to the Gloucestershire base where they visited the plane carrying his late great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth from Edinburgh last September for her funeral.
William, 41, and Kate were all smiles as they arrived at the air show with the young royals, where they were greeted by Wing Commander Will Essex.
They were greeted by gray skies that brought heavy rain but there were few planes in the sky before they arrived.
The event was a return visit for George, who celebrates his 10th birthday on July 22. He was taken to the show by his parents in 2016, aged three, and was pictured wearing ear defenders at the time.
The royal children wore light casual clothes for the summer day and George and Charlotte, who wore a Rachel Riley dress, looked out over the rain-soaked concrete surrounding the giant plane as they stepped out of their car.
It was the first family trip to Wales since the three children were separated for the summer holidays from Lambbrook School.
They shook hands with senior members of the RAF before climbing the giant ramp of the transport aircraft with their parents.
George was tasked with partially ramping up the ramp and was seen pressing buttons like his father.
As the family traveled by plane, Louis liked to stand by a car and look out over the airfield.
However, a board displaying information about the aircraft’s history invested Prince Louis on the tour again, and he later rejoined his parents.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte listened attentively during the engagement and stayed close to her parents. However, he was led astray by his younger brother – who was shocked by something he saw on the plane’s roof.