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The Duchess of Cambridge wows at Wimbledon in a summery Catherine Walker & Co dress

Kate added glamour to the tennis on Sunday in a floral outfit

by Sophie Hamilton /


The Duchess of Cambridge looked the picture of summer as she watched the Wimbledon men’s single final on Sunday with her husband Prince William. Kate opted for a floral dress for the sporting occasion, which was attended by a host of royals and celebrities from around the globe. Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller and Hugh Grant were just a few big names making appearance beside centre court for the match between Roger Federer and Marin Cilic.

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The Duchess chose a dress by one of her favourite designers, Catherine Walker & Co. All eyes were on Kate as she entered the royal box in the white cap-sleeved dress, which featured a poppy flower print on the skirt.

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Accessory-wise, she chose to wear a green and purple bow-shaped Wimbledon brooch and wore gold earrings by British designer Cassandra Goad, which retail at £1.685. The ‘Temple of Heaven’ earrings are available to buy online. Kate wore sunglasses by Bvlgari and her white tote bag was by Victoria Beckham.

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In terms of beauty, Kate’s hair looked amazing and appeared a little shorter than normal. It was parted in the middle and styled in gentle waves reminiscent of old Hollywood, falling just over her shoulders. The Duchess’ make-up was perfectly fitting for the occasion; a slight smoky eye, complemented with a subtle rose-hued blush and nude lips. Her overall look achieved a summery feel with an elegant glamour.

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Earlier in the week, Kate had attended the Queen’s Spanish State Banquet at Buckingham Palace. The 35-year-old chose a beautiful blush pink Marchesa gown, complete with a plunging neckline for the special occasion, which she teamed with a diamond and ruby necklace loaned to her by the Queen, a pair of pearl drop earrings, and the dazzling Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara.

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