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The Duchess of Cambridge is well-known for being a tennis enthusiast.
A regular in The Royal Box at the Wimbledon Championships over the years, the mum-of-three has continuously aced court side style in dresses by the likes of Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana and Emilia Wickstead.
While the annual event won’t be taking place this year due to the coronavirus, marking the first time the tournament hasn’t gone ahead since World War 2 - the 36-year-old royal still managed to embrace her spectator style.
Ahead of what would have been the start of finals weekend of the famous championships, the duchess was joined on a video call with pupils at Bond Primary School, in south London, by surprise guest and Wimbledon champion, Sir Andy Murray.
Kate, who is Patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, wore a fitting tennis-themed ensemble for the occasion.
A closer look at the bold green midi dress shows that it’s covered in tiny tennis players.
While the patterned dress is arguably one of the most quirky garments the mother-of-three has ever debuted, followed by the £40 cabbage print M&S dress Kate wore last month, it has already been a big hit and the £665 dress is almost sold out.
So if you want to recreate Kate’s SW19 style this year, you may want to hurry.