Duchess Kate And Prince George Coordinate In Navy For His Wimbledon Debut
The young royal enjoyed the Men’s Final while sitting with his parents.
by QUINCI LEGARDYE /
July 13, 2022
Prince George made a surprise debut at Wimbledon on July 10 (Sunday), while coordinating with his mom Duchess Kate.
The 7-year-old royal joined the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to watch the Gentlemen’s Singles Final in the Royal Box Sunday morning, where the family was photographed enjoying the match between Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Australia’s Nick Kyrgios.
Both Kate and George chose navy for the big match, with the duchess choosing a midi-length Alessandra Rich gown in a dark blue hue with white polka-dots. The dress featured a Chelsea collar finished with a bow tie at the center, as well as ruched sleeves and a peplum waist.
In pics, Prince George seems to be engrossed in the game, with both of his parents leaning over to explain details. He even makes some spirited reaction faces to rival his mother’s.
Polka dots are one of Duchess Kate’s go-to patterns for her Wimbledon looks, just as Alessandra Rich has become one of her favoured designers. The royal wore a very similar navy blue and white skirt by the designer for her post-pandemic return to Wimbledon last year, as well as the brighter blue and white number she chose for the semifinals match last Tuesday.
During her solo appearance at the Ladies’ Singles Final yesterday, the duchess literally glowed in a bright yellow Roksanda gown, featuring short sleeves, structured shoulders, and an off-center bow decoration, as well as a flowing maxi-length skirt. She paired the dress, which she previously wore during the Cambridges’ royal Caribbean tour last spring, with white Gianvito Rossi heels, citrine and diamond earrings, her sapphire and diamond engagement ring, and a bow pin in AELTC’s green and purple colours.