The Duchess of Cambridge has been a devoted attendee of matches at Wimbledon since the days before her royal marriage, and today, she’s the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. In recent years, she’s favored a pair of pearl earrings for watching tennis from the Royal Box.
On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis Club to watch the men’s singles quarterfinal match of this year’s championships.
The Duchess wore a blue and white polka dot dress from one of her favorite designers, Alessandra Rich, for the occasion. She previously wore the same dress at the Big Jubilee Lunch during June’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
She accessorized with her usual trio of rings and a pair of familiar pearl drop earrings.
The baroque pearl earrings come from a Swedish jewelry firm, In2Design. Appropriately, Kate wore them for the first time in January 2018 in Stockholm during the Cambridges’ royal visit to Scandinavia.
Since then, the baroque pearl drops have become some of Kate’s favorite jewels to wear at Wimbledon. She wore the earrings on day 12 of the championships in July 2018.
And in July 2019, she wore the earrings again as she presented the winner’s trophy following the men’s singles final.
The earrings are a lovely choice for a sporting event like Wimbledon, with their playful, natural shape adding an extra bit of fun to a classic jewelry style. And we all know how much Kate loves pearls—we’ve talked quite a bit about her royal pearl collection recently!