It’s been a busy week for Carole Middleton, what with the christening of her youngest grandchild Prince Louis, but the event planner showed no signs of tiring as she joined her daughter Pippa on day nine of Wimbledon.
Carole stole the show in a summery dress almost identical to that of her youngest daughter. She wore a chic midi shirt dress by Weekend Max Mara, featuring a floral print and flattering tie-waist. Showing off a glowing tan, the 63-year-old towered in nude wedges alongside her husband Michael.
Adding large sunglasses and a tanned clutch, she appeared completely relaxed and a far cry from her more formal appearances with the royal family.
Meanwhile 34-year-old Pippa, who’s pregnant with her first child, showed off her growing baby bump in a blue linen shirt dress by Ralph Lauren. She teamed the outfit with a pair of black espadrilles, gold hoop earrings and a matching black cross-over bag.
While her husband James Matthews did not make an appearance at Wimbledon, Pippa attended what is known to be a family favourite event with 31-year-old brother James Middleton, who looked stylish in a denim shirt and patterned jeans.
The beautiful expectant mother married her millionaire financier husband in May 2017 with the pair earlier this year announcing their pregnancy.
This isn’t the first time the mother-and-daughter duo have worn very similar outfits. Last week, Pippa channeled her mum’s fashion as she stepped out in a beautiful white sundress on day four of Wimbledon. The mother-to-be was glowing in the white lace Anna Mason number with ruffle sleeves, which looked strikingly similar to her mum’s outfit worn earlier in the week.
While the Middleton’s have been holding down the fort in the royal box, the Wimbledon crowd will be treated to the real deal on Saturday when the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex attend the women’s grand final together for their first engagement together without their husbands.
The pair will watch Serena Williams, who’s a close friend of Meghan’s, take on Germany’s Angelique Kerber for a shot at the trophy. If Serena wins she’ll be the fist mother to win the Grand Slam since Australian Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1980.