Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, has become a paragon of elegance and style since her marriage to Prince William.
Every public appearance of the princess is meticulously scrutinized, and her fashion choices at the prestigious Wimbledon tennis tournament never fail to impress. Today, we will take a closer look at some of her most memorable outfits, as the future Queen of England.
Kate Middleton Wimbledon Outfits
Tennis is one of Kate’s favorite sports, and she has been seen playing it on numerous occasions. It comes as no surprise that the Wimbledon tournament is a must-attend event for her, given her status as a member of the royal family.
Kate Middleton at Wimbledon 2011
In 2011, Kate made a lasting impression with her white dress. The design featured strategically placed ruffles on the skirt, including one that created a peplum effect, accentuating her waist. This stunning creation was by Temperley London.
Kate Middleton’s Sailor Dress
In 2012, Kate opted for an original sailor-style dress with a bow at the neckline. The piece was designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.
Kate Middleton’s print dress
During her 2014 appearance, the princess wore a geometric print dress in shades of green and blue, designed by Jonathan Saunders. The dress featured a ribbon at the waist to enhance her figure.
Kate Middleton’s Orange-Red Dress
While she had previously favored white ensembles, Kate chose to deviate from that trend for Wimbledon 2015, captivating everyone with a striking orange dress.
Kate Middleton’s Yellow Dress
In 2016, she once again embraced color and wore a vibrant yellow dress with white details. This Roksanda Ilincic design had made its debut during her tour of New Zealand and Australia in 2014 and comes with a price tag of over a thousand dollars.
In 2017, Kate returned to wearing white ensembles but added a touch of color when attending the men’s tennis final at Wimbledon. She donned a skirt with a floral print, designed by Catherine Walker, which she complemented with a Victoria Beckham bag.
That same year, she also chose a polka dot dress by Dolce & Gabbana, reminiscent of one of Princess Diana’s iconic outfits, the Victor Edelstein polka dot dress she wore over 30 years prior.
Kate Middleton’s polka dot dress.
In 2018, she attended several tournaments, but it was her striking white Jenny Packham dress with a discreet black print that stood out. She paired it with nude pumps and a Dolce & Gabbana handbag. It was during this event that she was accompanied by her newly-minted sister-in-law, Meghan Markle.
Later that year, she returned to yellow, a color that suits her impeccably, wearing another Dolce & Gabbana dress.
Kate Middleton’s Dolce & Gabbana dress
In 2019, Kate opted for a green Dolce & Gabbana dress. The midi dress was a vibrant lawn green, adorned with gold buttons on the chest and a bow at the neck. She completed the elegant and monochromatic look with a clutch bag and stilettos, both from the same Italian brand.
Another notable look from that year was a custom-made black and white shirt dress, the Wiggle model by Suzannah London. She accessorized it with an Alexander McQueen belt and bag, along with Gianvito Rossi pumps.
On a different occasion, she showcased her fondness for blue by wearing a dress by Emilia Wickstead at Wimbledon 2019.
Kate Middleton with polka dot skirt
Breaking tradition in 2021, Kate opted for a new ensemble, choosing a polka dot midi skirt by Alessandra Rich instead of her usual dress. She paired it with a simple white T-shirt and a navy blue blazer by Smythe.
Kate Middleton’s green dress
On July 20, 2021, Kate graced the women’s final at Wimbledon with a new green Emilia Wickstead dress. The dress featured a boxy neckline, short sleeves, a fitted waist, and a flared midi skirt.
Kate Middleton’s pink dress
In July 2021, the Princess of Wales wore a pastel pink dress with buttons on the chest, short sleeves, a matching belt, and a flounced skirt. The feminine ensemble, named Ahana, was designed by Beulah.
Kate Middleton’s blue polka dot dress
In the 2022 edition, the princess rekindled her fondness for polka dots, appearing in a blue dress with white polka dots, designed by Alessandra Rich.
That same year, Middleton caused quite a sensation by wearing a straw hat with a navy blue ribbon from LK. Bennett, paired with Bvlgari sunglasses. Her earrings were from Kiki McDonough, featuring citrines and diamonds. She recycled a vibrant yellow dress by Roksanda, which boasted a large bow on one shoulder.
During her third visit that year, Kate debuted a navy blue silk dress with white polka dots, again designed by Alessandra Rich. The dress featured ruffles at the neckline, puffed sleeves, a pleated silhouette, a flared skirt, and gold button front closure.
Kate Middleton at Wimbledon 2023
This year, the Princess of Wales made her grand entrance in a mint green jacket with white lapels and buttons, designed by Balmain. She paired it with a pleated skirt, white Gianvito Rossi pumps, and her Mulberry bag. Her chosen accessories were earrings from Shyla London and a bracelet from Sézane.