The Duchess of Cambridge had a busy, sporty weekend in London! Here’s a look at the jewels she wore at Wimbledon and Wembley.
On Saturday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived on centre court at Wimbledon to watch the ladies’ singles final. Kate wore a green crepe dress by Emilia Wickstead for the occasion. She’s the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and she presented prizes to the women after the finals match.
With her green dress, Kate wore a familiar pair of earrings. These Kiki McDonough earrings are set with diamonds, tourmalines, and green amethysts. The earrings were made for Kate after the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015. Kate wore them for the first time during a visit to India the following year.
She also wore her usual rings, including her iconic sapphire and diamond engagement ring, and a gold bangle. Our friends over at What Kate Wore identify the bracelet as the Maya Torque Aquamarine and Gold Bangle by Halcyon Days.
On Sunday, Kate was back at Wimbledon with a charming escort: her father, Michael Middleton. They watched the gentlemen’s wheelchair singles final and the gentlemen’s singles final matches.
Kate wore a pink dress from Beulah London for Sunday’s tournament matches, pairing it with a lovely beaded clutch bag.
She wore another favorite pair of earrings: the Empress Earrings from Mappin & Webb. The earrings, made of diamonds set in white gold, have a matching pendant necklace.
Kate took part in the trophy presentation after the men’s finals match. She stood alongside the Duke of Kent, president of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, as he presented the trophy to Novak Djokovic. The Duke, who has been president of the AELTC since 1969, is stepping down from his position after this year’s tournament.
We got another good look at Kate’s Mappin & Webb earrings during the trophy presentation.
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Kent are only two of the most recent royals associated with Wimbledon. The Duke’s mother, Princess Marina, was president of the AELTC for 26 years. Above, she presents the trophy to Billie Jean King after the ladies’ final in 1967. The Duke’s siblings, Princess Alexandra and Prince Michael, are also noted tennis fans, as was the late Diana, Princess of Wales. Trophies have also been presented at the tournament over the years by the Queen, the Princess Royal, and Princess Margaret.
Next, Kate headed across the city to Wembley Stadium. She joined Prince William and Prince George to watch England play Italy in the finals of the Euro Championships.
Kate wore a pair of red beaded statement earrings for the match, as well as a delicate necklace.
Her red earrings and white shirt and blazer echoed England’s colors. And how cute is little Prince George in his jacket and tie?