Kate Middleton Wears White For Her Wimbledon Debut

Kate Middleton Wears White For Her Wimbledon Debut

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge both took their place in the stands to watch Andy Murray

Kate Middleton opted for a summery white number for her debut visit to Wimbledon today, to support defending champion Andy Murray in his quarterfinal match against Grigor Dimitrov.

After yesterday's pinky-red Goat dress, Kate's look for the tennis was far more informal. Accessorising her pretty short-sleeved broderie anglaise frock by Zimmerman (which she last wore on the royal tour) with a colour pop red scarf and fan (making sure she's ready for all weather eventualities), Kate looked ready for a sunny day court-side.

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Sat next to Prince William, Kate donned a pair of oversized shades as the match got underway, while her parents Carole and Michael Middleton sat nearby.

Meanwhile, Kim Sears took up her place on Centre Court to also watch her boyfriend Andy Murray compete for his place in the semis.

No pressure then, Murray…

By Olivia Marks

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