Kate Middleton returned to Wimbledon today sans Prince William for the final day of the tournament.
Wearing a light pink belted dress by London designer Beulah and nude pumps, the Duchess of Cambridge watched the men's final match with her father, Michael Middleton. Duchess Kate accessorized with florals, carrying a beaded floral clutch and wearing a pink floral face mask, which she removed once seated in the Royal Box.
Duchess Kate cheered and laughed in the stands as she watched the match between Serbian player Novak Djokovic and Italian player Matteo Berrettini.
Today was the Duchess of Cambridge's second day in a row at Wimbledon, after attending the women's final match alongside Prince William on Saturday. Duchess Kate wore a green Emilia Wickstead dress as she cheered in the stands. She also presented Australian tennis player Ashleigh Barty with the trophy after she defeated Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic.
The women's final was Duchess Kate's first public appearance since Kensington Palace announced on Monday that she was self-isolating after COVID-19 exposure. A spokesperson said at the time, "Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home."
Duchess Kate, an avid tennis fan and the royal patron of the All Tennis Lawn and Racquet Club, made her return to Wimbledon last week (July 2) after the 2020 tournament was cancelled. She wore a polka-dot skirt by Alessandra Rich with a white top and navy blazer as she watched a doubles match. She later explored the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and helped prepare food in the kitchens on the grounds.
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