The Duchess of Cambridge was on hand for the singles’ finals matches at Wimbledon this weekend, and she wore colorful jewels for both Saturday’s and Sunday’s appearances.
On Saturday, the Duchess arrived at the All England Tennis Club ahead of the ladies’ singles final. Kate, who is the club’s patron, met with two of the semi-finalists from the inaugural 14&U Junior Championships after her arrival.
She wore a striking yellow dress by Roksanda for the occasion, pairing it with white shoes.
This was the second wearing for the dress. Kate previously wore it for her arrival in Jamaica during the Platinum Jubilee tour this spring. On that occasion, she wore a pair of earrings from Sézane with the dress.
This time around, she reached for pieces from her collection of Kiki McDonough jewels, wearing the Eden Diamond Flower and Citrine Drop Earrings. She’s worn these on previous occasions, including an outing during a visit to Northern Ireland in 2016.
Many spectators wore hats to shield themselves from the sun during Saturday’s match, and Kate was no exception. She wore a straw picture hat from LK Bennett as she watched the final.
In her role as patron, the Duchess presented the Venus Rosewater Dish to the winner of the tournament, Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina.
On Sunday, the gentlemen’s final was a family affair for the Cambridges. The Duke and Duchess brought Prince George along with them to watch the match from the Royal Box.
Kate wore a dress and shoes from one of her new favorite designers, Alessandra Rich, for the match. Here, she presents the trophy to tournament winner Novak Djokovic.
She wore sapphires and diamonds with the navy blue and white dress for the event.
We’ve seen her wear these sapphires quite a lot recently. Kate has been wearing the cluster drop earrings regularly for more than a decade, but more recently, she’s often paired the earrings with a matching pendant necklace. One notable outing was this year’s Commonwealth Day Service; you can see close-ups of both the earrings and the necklace in that article.