Royally blown away!
Just three days after rocking an intricate updo at the christening of her 2-month-old daughter, Princess Charlotte, Kate Middleton returned to her favorite hairstyle—a high-shine, bouncy blowout—while attending a Wimbledon match at the All England Club on Wednesday, July 8, in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, who's both an athlete and a sports enthusiast, cheered on Andy Murray (against Canada's Vasek Pospisil) while modeling the polished 'do, which served as the perfect complement to her cherry-hued L.K. Bennett dress. The royal finished her ensemble with a leopard DVF clutch, Cartier watch, and Mirabelle "Lolita" earrings.
But she wasn't the only one gussied up! The mom of two was joined by her husband of four years, Prince William, who cut a fine figure in one of his beloved navy blue suits. He teamed the crisp separates with a baby blue button-up shirt and a checkered red tie, the latter of which closely matched his wife's frock.
The royal couple, who were greeted by cheers when they arrived, took their seats near an A-list crowd that included David and Romeo Beckham, Prince Albert of Monaco, William's first cousin Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tindall, his aunt Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Bear Grylls, and Josh Hartnett.
And yet, the Duke and Duchess were totally engrossed in each other's company. Enjoying a rare day out since welcoming Charlotte on May 2, the two were snapped chatting and giggling with each other throughout the event.
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