The Duchess of Cambridge’s mother Carole Middleton completely stole the show as she joined a host of stars at Wimbledon on Wednesday in a relaxed and summery white dress alongside her husband Michael.
Showing off a glowing tan, the 64-year-old wore a gorgeous shift dress by luxury womenswear brand Goat, one of Catherine’s favourite labels, which she teamed with a stunning nude bag by Osprey London and a matching pair of nude block heels.
Adding large sunglasses and a stylish panama hat, she appeared completely relaxed and a far cry from her more formal appearances with the royal family.
Carole flashed a beaming smile to cameras as she made her grand entrance, before joining TV presenter Tess Daly and her husband Vernon Kay, former Bake Off judge Mary Berry and rugby player Matt Dawson in the royal box to watch day three of the annual tennis tournament.
The couple’s youngest daughter Pippa is a regular face at the tennis tournament, and while she didn’t join her parents this time round, she’s likely to make an appearance in the coming week with her millionaire financier husband James Matthews.
Carole’s stunning appearance at Wimbledon comes just one day after Catherine surprised fans at the world-famous tournament on Tuesday.
Stepping out solo, Catherine wore a gorgeous white shirtdress by luxury womenswear brand Suzannah featuring black detailing for the occasion, which she paired with an Alexander McQueen belt and chic Ray Ban sunglasses.
She accessorised the look with a basket box bag, gold hoop earrings and a pair of black court shoes. The royal opted to keep her beautiful brunette locks in their usual slightly curled style.
The mother-of-three sat with British tennis players Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong where they watched Harriet Dart face off against Christian McHale. She then took her iconic seat in the front row of the royal box to watch Tatjana Maria play Angelique Kerber.
The duchess is patron of the Lawn Tennis Association and the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and has regularly attended the competition over the years.