The Duchess of Cambridge dressed in navy for her return to Wimbledon today after the tournament was cancelled last year due to the pandemic.
For her latest royal engagement, Duchess Kate wore a navy blue and white polka dot skirt by London-based designer Alessandra Rich, paired with a navy blazer, white top, and pointed white pumps. She accessorized the look with layered necklaces, gold and pearl earrings by Simone Rocha, a white Mulberry “Amberley” bag, and a pair of sunglasses, which she donned as she sat courtside. She also wore a floral blue face mask to move around the venue.
The Dutchess, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), visited Wimbledon for a series of events. She began her visit by attending a doubles match, watching Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares play Nicholas Monroe and Vasek Pospisil.
She later toured the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, where she took in a special exhibition on the Centenary of Centre Court.
The Dutchess also spent some of the morning helping prepare food in the kitchens on the grounds alongside Executive Chef Adam Fargin. Chef Fargin spoke with her about the work that AELTC organizers have been doing during the pandemic, which includes preparing and distributing 200 meals a day to those in need in the local community.
Dutchess Kate is a regular attendee at the championship tennis tournament. She previously attended multiple games in 2019, including an appearance alongside Meghan Markle. She narrated an uplifting Wimbledon video last year, encouraging tennis fans to support the games’ return in 2021.
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