Kate Middleton scores a fashion hit in tennis ball green dress at Wimbledon women’s finals

Regardless of who won today, this imperial’s style generally beats the competition. Kate Middleton wore a radiant green dress by Self Representation ($615) as she went to the Wimbledon 2023 ladies’ singles last in Britain Saturday, as Ons Jabeur and Marketa Vondrousova fought it out for the best position in tennis.

The Princess of Ridges, 41 — who fills in as benefactor of the All Britain Yard Tennis and Croquet Club — looked mind blowing in her lime bouclé and chiffon midi dress and purple-and-green Wimbledon lace as she showed up for the absolutely exhilarating match.

This denotes the imperial’s second appearance at Wimbledon this year, with Middleton’s most memorable trip coming on day two of the titles as she brandished an ’80s-enlivened look that diverted her late mother by marriage, Princess Diana. For the event, the mother of three donned a pleated white maxi skirt and a mint green Balmain blazer, channeling Diana’s attire from 1988’s Trooping the Colour.

While the princess frequently wears tennis whites to Wimbledon, she’s stirred it up over the course of the years with more brilliant varieties and examples. Sovereign Camilla likewise went to the tennis competition this year, sitting in the regal box recently, where she was joined by sister Annabel Elliot and Ruler Albert II of Monaco.

The imperial, 75, stayed with custom, brandishing a white long-sleeved dress with naval force blue stripes. There’s another illustrious appearance in store tomorrow as the Princess of Ribs will introduce the men’s title prize on the last day of Wimbledon 2023.