Duchess Meghan stepped out to Wimbledon on Saturday (July 13) looking regal and fit for the courts at the same time as she took in the women’s singles final match between her good friend Serena Williams and Simona Halep.
Meghan wore a simple white button down shirt, but it was her skirt that made jaws drop. It was a pleaded white Hugo Boss skirt with a blue design splashed all over it, and it made her look formal and fashionable all at once.
Duchess Kate, who wore a green Dolce & Gabbana dress that we also saw her don while she was here in Canada in 2016, was by her side, as was Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton, who looked exquisite in a dress with blue and white floral patterns.
This is the second appearance for both Kate and Meghan at this year’s tennis championships. On July 2, Kate stepped out looking breezy and carefree in a crisp white dress that was custom designed by London boutique Suzannah. She wore a black Alexander McQueen belt around her waist, black pumps on her feet and came ready for good weather with sunglasses on her head.
Just before Archie Harrison was christened, Meghan went to Wimbledon to watch Serena with two of her best friends from college in tow. She dressed down and looked chic in a black-and-white pin-striped blazer by L’Agence, jeans, a black T-shirt, a Panama hat and shades.
This was the first time Meghan, Pippa and Kate have all attended an event together, and it comes at the end of a very busy week for both duchesses. On Wednesday, Kate and Meghan took in a charity polo match in which Prince William and Prince Harry were competing, and they brought Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and two-month-old Archie along for the ride. Meghan looked relaxed and gorgeous in a green dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez , while Kate opted for an L.K. Bennett dress with a Mulberry cross-body bag and her favourite Castañer espadrille wedges.
Royal watchers were surely thrilled by this appearance, which was not Meghan and Kate’s first at Wimbledon together. Last year, they stepped out to take in the women’s singles final, too, which also featured Serena, this time competing against Angelique Kerber.