Kate Middleton has made her return to Wimbledon
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a gorgeous long yellow dress
This outfit has been widely noticed

Saturday July 9, 2022, Kate Middleton made her comeback in the stands of Wimbledon on the occasion of the ladies’ final, which opposed Elena Rybakina to Ons Jabeur. The Duchess of Cambridge was surrounded by an audience of celebrities, like Tom Cruise, whom she had already met during the Cesar ceremony. Passionate about tennis, the wife of Prince William wanted to dazzle the spectators with her presence, thanks to a long bright yellow dress. Embellished with a pair of black sunglasses, she also wore lovely little earrings.

If Elena Rybakina won the 2022 Wimbledon tournament, she saw her trophy presented by Kate Middleton, who therefore descended on the tennis court to congratulate the big winner. The spectators were therefore able to see how much the dress of the Duchess of Cambridge suited her. The dress of the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis was signed by Roksanda, according to our colleagues from the Daily Mail. She would have already worn it during her first trip to Jamaica during her Caribbean tour in 2022.

Kate Middleton does not hesitate to put on her outfits

We have to believe that Kate Middleton is very careful to reinvent her looks while putting on strong pieces that she has already worn. Indeed, the Duchess of Cambridge, concerned about environmental problems, does not hesitate to put on her outfits several times. On July 5, during the quarter-final between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner, she wore a blue polka-dot dress from Alessandra Rich. His price ? €1,766. But it’s not the first time she’s worn this dress. Indeed, this timeless piece has already made her happy. Like what, you can be part of the royal family and recycle your clothes!

The #DuchessofCambridge presenting the women’s trophy at #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/4JIeHJZxf5

– Carolyn Durand (@CarolynDurand) July 9, 2022

Kate Middleton © Antoine Couvercelle


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