The Duchess of Cambridge sported a huge smile on her face as she cheered on a match at Wimbledon 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 Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of @Wimbledon, visited The Championships today. Her Royal Highness watched Harriet Dart vs. Christina McHale on Court 14, alongside Katie Boulter and Anne Keothavong. The Duchess also visited the Aorangi Park to see the practice courts and warm-up area. HRH met a number of finalists and winners nominated for the annual @lta Tennis Awards, which recognise people who volunteer as grassroots level to grow and open up the sport. HRH also met British players Andy Murray and Johanna Konta. The Duchess then watched defending champion Angelique Kerber play Tatjana Maria on Centre Court. 📷 Wimbledon / Press Assocation / Kensington Palace #Wimbledon #Wimbledon2019 #BacktheBrits
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 world-famous tournament over the years. Last year, she attended alongside her new sister-in-law, Meghan Markle. She also was spotted at the competition alongside Prince William.
Catherine’s appearance at Wimbledon comes just one day after she welcomed a group of children to her garden re-opening at the Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival – all while debuting a stunning summer dress and high wedge heels.
Greeting the children at the garden, the mum-of-three was seen laughing and happily chatting to each of the youngsters individually, before showing them all of the flowers and features in the garden – which has already appeared at Chelsea Flower Show this year.
Wearing a below-the-knee green patterned summer dress, the Duchess of Cambridge stood out as she embraced the UK heatwave, while towering in beige and tanned wedge heels.
At one point, the duchess stopped to chat to a little boy who looked delighted as he held a magnifying glass up to her face, before helping another girl make her way across the stepping stones – a feature inspired by her eldest son Prince George.