Kate Middleton wore Zara at Wembley last night

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Photo credit: JOHN SIBLEY - Getty Images

It's fair to say that the Duchess of Cambridge has had a busy weekend.

Having completed her mandatory COVID self-isolation at Kensington Palace after receiving an NHS Track and Trace alert, Kate's calendar was brimming with sporting events. And that meant a plethora of outfit changes.

First up, she attended the Wimbledon Women's Singles Final on Saturday in her role as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club – and watched Australia's Ash Barty battle her way to her first Wimbledon title with Prince William by her side.

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Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

She opted for a green, knee-length Emilia Wickstead dress with cap sleeves for her return to the royal box. In fact, her entire outfit was designer as she teamed the dress with her white Mulberry handbag and Jimmy Choo pumps.

Catherine was back at the tennis championships in SW19 less than 24-hours later to watch the wheelchair doubles with her father Michael Middleton and present Novak Djokovic with his trophy for winning the men's title – his sixth Wimbledon win.

This time around the Duchess opted for a soft-pink button down dress by Beulah London, one of her favourite labels. Her shoes are by Aldo but, unsurprisingly, have already sold out.

Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images

You can preorder her dress now on the Beulah website:

Then it was on to Wembley to join Prince William and Prince George for the nailbiting final of the 2020s Euros where England took on Italy.

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Photo credit: Frank Augstein - Pool - Getty Images

Kate chose a very patriotic white and red ensemble for the football match. Her white blazer is an old favourite from Zara, first seen in 2016, while her statement red beaded earrings are a new addition by British brand Blaiz (as per What Kate Wore).

They're £65 and still in stock as we type:

William, who is President of the FA, described England's defeat in a penalty shoot out as 'heartbreaking' in a tweet after the match.

He congratulated Italy, and then echoed many England fans sentiments by adding: 'You've all come so far, but sadly this time it wasn't our day. You can all hold your heads high and be so proud of yourselves – I know there's more to come'.

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