On Sunday, Kate Middleton was matching her son Prince George at the Wimbledon’s Men’s Singles final, where tennis greats Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios were battling on Centre Court. Kate was wearing a design by Alessandra Rich in a navy blue and white polka dot pattern with ruched sleeves, a ruffled collar, and a peplum waist. She was also wearing the designer's beige and white “Fab” pumps and earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana.
Beside her, 8-year-old George was wearing a navy blue blazer to match his mom, and he seemed totally involved in the game, occasionally leaning over to hear his mother explain something to him about what was happening down on the court.
This was Kate's third appearance at the tournament this week and she made notable fashion choices each day. On Saturday, she wore a buttercup yellow gown with a shoulder bow and pleated skirt.
And she accessorized the dress while she was watching the game with a wide straw hat trimmed with a black ribbon and a pair of drop earrings with gold and white stones.
Kate and George were joined by Prince William, who wore blue slacks, a grey striped blazer, a sky blue button-down, and a navy tie to match his wife and son. They made a very blue threesome in the stands.
One of Kate's jobs is to present the winning and runner-up trophies after this match. She already handed over the Venus Rosewater Dish to Elena Rybakina this weekend.
Ryabinka is from Kazakhstan and she won against Ons Jabeur of Tunisia during the Ladies' Singles Final match. The Duchess of Cambridge is a patron of the All-England Club, which is why she is spotted wearing the traditional purple and green bow with every wardrobe change.