A look at Kate's past Wimbledon looks

We take a look at her tennis style ahead of her Wimbledon appearance...


As Wimbledon hits full swing, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to take a break from the hustle and bustle of life with a newborn baby to make an appearance at Wimbledon on Wednesday. Kate Middleton, who has an avid interest in tennis, has attended the British sporting event on numerous occasions, turning heads every time with her fashion-forward ensembles.


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Sporting a summery Zimmerman number



The brunette beauty rarely deviates from wearing traditional tennis whites, showing her enthusiasm for the game. She often sports ladylike knee-length looks and more often than not re-wears outfits from previous high-profile occasions like the Jubilee Tour and her Canadian visit with William.

And although she's a devoted supporter of British labels like Temperley London and Jonathan Saunders, at previous Wimbledon appearances Prince William's wife has also sported looks by international designers. She's been spotted keeping cool in an off-white dress by the Australian designer Zimmermann and donning accessories from Diane von Furstenberg, lending her much yearned-for support to designers from all over the world.

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Kate wore a graphic design by British designer Jonathan Saunders



Will she dip back into her wardrobe or show off a whole new look on Wednesday? As we wait eagerly to see Kate's sartorial take on Wimbledon 2015, one thing is for sure – whatever the outfit may be, it´s sure to be a sell out!

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