The Princess, who was joined by her husband Prince William and their two eldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, aced Wimbledon’s unspoken dress code as she donned an effortlessly chic ruffled midi dress from one of her most-loved designers, Roland Mouret.
Princess Kate’s dress was an apt choice for the fashionable sporting Affair, complete with a ruffle-accent neckline and rich green hue.
The mother-of-three, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club along with her husband, styled her glossy brunette tresses in voluminous curls, adding a golden bronzer and rosy blush to highlight her ageless complexion.
Roland Mouret’s rigorously tailored silhouettes exude classic sophistication and have become a go-to for the Princess of Wales whenever she needs to epitomise royal style perfection.
One of her most famous moments wearing one of Mouret’s designs was when she graced the red carpet at the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in London last year. The royal’s feminine silhouette was enhanced by the dress’ off-the-shoulder neckline and slinky column skirt.
Amping up the glamour of her monochrome ensemble, Princess Kate out-sparkled everyone with a glittering pair of star-drop earrings by Robinson Pelham.
Naturally, Wimbledon is no match for the royal’s unrivalled sartorial prowess, with each of her appearances boasting effortless style perfection.
At the Women’s Finals on Saturday, the Princess looked visionary in a Self-Portrait illusion blazer dress that royal style fans declared was “spectacular”.
“Kate looks flawless! My favourite Self-Portrait of her collection!” penned a style fan on social media, as another agreed: “2023 is the year she single-handedly brought green back to life.”
“This colour is stunning. It’s so unique too. Don’t think I’ve seen it anywhere else,” wrote a third fan on Kate’s pistachio-hued gown.