Duchess of Cambridge in Green Dolce and Gabbana at Wimbledon Finale


Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Today, the Duchess of Cambridge, the patron of AELTC attended the Wimbledon Ladies Singles Final between Serena Williams and Simona Halep. Duchess who is a keen tennis fan became the patron in December 2016. Duchess was joined by her sister Pippa Middleton Matthews and sister-in-law Meghan Markle.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Duchess was received by the Wimbledon Chairman Philip Brook and his wife  Gill upon arrival. During her last appearance at Wimbledon last week, it was reported that her eldest son Prince George has already had a practice session with tennis champion Roger Federer who is a Middleton Family’s Close friend. Cambridge’s have a tennis court at their family residence at Anmer Hall, where kids spend time playing tennis.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Duchess arrived earlier at the Wimbledon with her sister Pippa Middleton Matthews to have lunch with the the club members and old champions.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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The Duchess of Cambridge met junior players Kamilla Bartone, Oksana Selekhmeteva, Polina Kudermetova, and Giulia Morlet at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club ahead of the ladies final.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A small video of Duchess talking to the players, club members and old champions.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Catherine, who was in the royal box along with her sister Pippa Middleton Matthews and Meghan Markle, took her seat in the front row ahead of the match.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Here are our favourite moments of the Wimbledon when we see Duchess’ reactions during the match.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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The Romanian player Simona Halep becomes new Wimbledon champion after defeating Serena Williams 6-2, 6-2 with a magical performance . The Romanian tennis player wanted the Duchess of Cambridge to be present at the match she played and he wish was granted as Catherine cheered her up during the match. Duchess described the today’s match between two strong players as “incredible”.

More From Wimbledon after today’s match:

History wastes no time listening to those who speak of what is likely to happen. History heeds only those who make it happen – and in the women’s final at Wimbledon 2019, Simona Halep wrote her own name large. The No.7 seed, whose name appeared on no one’s list of likely winners before The Championships began, became the first Romanian ever to win a Wimbledon title. 

She stunned Serena Williams, the Centre Court crowd and almost everyone on Planet Tennis to triumph 6-2, 6-2 in just 55 minutes, with a display so resourceful, so near-flawless that there could be no answer. Two-and-a-half long years after Williams secured her 23rd Grand Slam title at the 2017 Australian Open, this toweringly remarkable woman found she must wait still longer for the elusive 24th crown to equal Margaret Court’s all-time record.

Twelve months ago Angelique Kerber defied her here; few could envisage Halep stonewalling Williams again on the same court – yet she did. In this battle of the former world No.1s, history was written, and history was denied; and the whole was utterly thrilling.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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A big smile and warm welcome for the winner.

 

Duchess congratulated the new champion after the match. Simona seems really overwhelmed after her big day.

 

The 2017 French open winner, Simona gave a wonderfully candid speech after winning the match.

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After the ladies’ final, Duchess and her sister stayed for the Men’s Doubles match.

 

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Now to what Duchess wore – for the third year in row, Duchess chose Italian label Dolce and Gabbana for the Wimbledon finale. She was wearing Dolce and Gabbana Green Midi Dress.

Dolce and Gabbana Green Midi Dress
Dolce and Gabbana Green Midi Dress

We saw the dress in September 2016 during the second Canada tour of Cambridges.  The dress was described as, “Dolce & Gabbana’s dress was worn by the Duchess of Cambridge on a recent visit to Canada. This forest-green crepe piece has puffed sleeves, a pretty bow tie and white buttons, evocative of styles from the ’40s. We like how the stitched seams and raw Georgette trims playfully emphasize the craftsmanship”. Crafted from a silk mix crepe fabric the £2,150 forest green dress featured  a self-fastening neck tie, gold buttons and a nipped in waistline in a fit and flare silhouette with ruffled detailing on the sleeves.

Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings
Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings

Catherine paired her dress with Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings that she debuted at Wimbledon Men’s Finale in July 2018.

Rupert Sanderson Calice Pumps
Rupert Sanderson Calice Pumps

Duchess chose to brought back her Rupert Sanderson Calice Pumps for the day that she firs wore in 2016 during royal tour of India.

Dolce & Gabbana Pink Medium Miss Sicily Bag
Dolce & Gabbana Pink Medium Miss Sicily Bag

Catherine was carrying her Dolce & Gabbana Pink Medium Miss Sicily Bag that made its first appearance during women Wimbledon Finale in 2018.

Duchess of Cambridge wore Ray-Ban Wayfarer II 55mm Sunglasses
Ray-Ban Wayfarer II 55mm Sunglasses

Duchess protected her eyes from sunlight with her Ray-Ban Wayfarer II 55mm Sunglasses.

Duchess of Cambridge in green Dolce and gabbana dress at Wimbledon finale
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Tomorrow we will see Duchess back in the royal box with Duke of Cambridge.

 

 


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