Take Two! Kate Middleton Opts for Royal Rewear at Wimbledon Women's Final

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There's no doubt that the Royals of England wouldn't attend the Championship.

Saturday's outing marked Kate's second time at Wimbledon this summer, as the royal had previously surprised fans on July 2 by heading over to Court 14 to watch British player Harriet Dart play American Christina McHale, instead of taking her normal seat in the royal box. Pippa Middleton has shown over and over again that Wimbledon is the place to break out gardenesque prints, and her last look for the event follows the same theme.

The younger sibling of Duchess of Cambridge left her 8-year-old son, Arthur at home to attend the men's semi-final between Novak Djokovic/ Roberto Bautista Agut and Roger Federer/Rafael Nadal.

Earlier today, Pippa and her husband, James Matthews, attended the men's semi-final round of the tennis tournament. The deuce pulls together a satisfying outfit for the summer match.

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While attending Saturday's Wimbledon final with sister Pippa Middleton and sister-in-law Meghan Markle, Kate chose a green Dolce & Gabbana dress that she previously wore nearly three years earlier.

Pippa wore a yellow summery wrap dress that almost caused her to have a major wardrobe malfunction. James wore a navy jacket, blue shirt, and khakis, but he made sure to coordinate with Pippa's look by wearing a sunny yellow tie. Her sister, Kate Middleton too participated in the women's finals between Serena Williams and Simona Halep later with Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle.

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