The Prince and Princess of Wales brought the family to SW19 when they arrived at the All England Club for Wimbledon’s men’s final.
Princess Kate, 41, looked effortlessly elegant in a green flowing dress as she arrived on the bridge at the All England Lawn, Tennis and Croquet Club in bright sunshine.
As she walked across the bridge, she was spotted by Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, eight, who joined her for the day – alongside their father Prince William, 41.
After arriving at SW19, Princess Kate stunned in another green frock – but in a different shade of lime self portrait dress during her club appearance on Saturday.
Today’s emerald outfit features emerald teardrop earrings and the same bow she used yesterday on her bosom, Wimbledon emeralds and amethysts.
The Prince and Princess of Wales waved to royal fans as they arrived at the All England Club this afternoon
Meanwhile Princess Charlotte looked regal in a blue summer frock, while her brother Prince George mirrored his father in a navy suit and tie.
The Prince and Princess of Wales crossed the bridge to enter the club and waved to royal fans below.
The mother-of-three – who has already competed at Wimbledon twice this season – was eager to watch the final of the sport she loves so much.
The princess – who has been patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 2016 – was there to watch the men’s final – a match of ‘old vs young’ and ‘legend vs posterity’.
The Princess of Wales looked elegant in an emerald frock as she waved to royal fans, while eight-year-old Princess Charlotte looked adorable in a blue floral dress.
Princess Kate, 41, looked elegant in emeralds as she waved to royal fans from the bridge while her children trailed behind.
The sun came out for Kate this afternoon as she looked elegant in emeralds as she arrived in SW19 with her family.
Novak Djokovic plays Carlos Alcaraz – who hopes to dethrone the legend. Djokovic is a seven-time winner at Wimbledon and chasing a record-equalling eighth.
But despite suffering from crippling nerves at times, such as at this year’s French Open, Alcaraz said: ‘It’s a final, there’s no time to panic. I’ll go for it and see what happens.’
Either way, it makes for an exciting match that Kate will no doubt enjoy.
All week, she is dressed elegantly and mesmerized by the sport she loves so much.
On Saturday, she wore a lime green self portrait dress costing £420 as she shook hands with ball boys and ball girls in the women’s singles final.
An emotional Marketa Vondrosova, 24, looked enthralled by the tennis before presenting the winner’s trophy.
As the Princess arrived to watch Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur play Czech Republic’s Vondrosova to win the Venus Rosewater Dish, keen sports fans waved to the crowd below from the terrace.
The left-handed Jabeur hoped to become the first African woman to win a Grand Slam, while Vondrosova made history by becoming the first unseeded player in the Wimbledon final in the Open era.
A year ago, world number six Jabeur became the first North African woman, the first Arab woman and the first Muslim woman to reach a Grand Slam final.
Kate later consoled Jabeur before congratulating Vondrosova, who told her post-match interviewer that she planned to celebrate with a beer and another tattoo.
As the game began, the princess was seen chatting with former tennis stars Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova.
He was then entertained throughout the match as he cheered, applauded and smiled as the unheralded Czech became a first-time Grand Slam champion.
Earlier in the week, she looked elegant as she wore a smart pleated white skirt and mint £1,950 Balmain blazer.
She wore her hair in loose waves across her shoulders and opted for neutral makeup with a touch of eyeliner and blusher.
Meanwhile she kept her jewelery simple, with a pearl bracelet and £72 chunky knot baroque pearl earrings.
Kate’s choice of Balmain for her dress marks the first time the royal has been spotted at the French label. Celebrity fans of the fashion house include Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian.
During the outing, Kate put on a friendly display as she welcomed close friend Roger Federer to a special event at Wimbledon.
Federer, 41, was among enthusiastic admirers as he was honored for his great sporting achievements on Center Court after retiring from the game last year.
Upon arrival, the princess chatted with the ball boys and girls attending the tournament who looked starstruck to meet royalty, but who were all professionals.
Kate, 41, praised the Wimbledon maintenance manager for fixing a leak in the Court One shop a day before the championships began, before watching matches from the likes of Emma Wotton and Dame Maggie Smith.
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.