Kate remained ‘true blue’ today for the Olympic tennis matches at Wimbledon, below we see her upon arriving, she is with ITF president Francesco Ricci Bitti.
William and Kate were at the All England Club to cheer on Andy Murray in his match against Spain’s Nicolas Almagro. Below, the couple on the way to their seats before the match.
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LONDON The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, aka Prince William and his wife Kate, surprised fans at the Olympic Games tennis tournament at Wimbledon by sitting in the cheap seats on Thursday.
The royal pair… decided to shun the VIP seating available to them in favor of a regular spot in the stands while watching Great Britain’s Andy Murray play Nicolas Almagro of Spain.
William and Kate would have been eligible to sit in Center Court’s Royal Box, which is reserved for special visitors to the All England Club. But as Murray was playing his quarterfinal on Court One, they instead opted for a normal pair of seats to the left of the players’ box.
The couple was having fun this afternoon, taking part in a “Wave” several times.
Another view of the twosome.
The dress is officially called the “Ridley Stretch Cady Dress” on the Stella McCartney site, it is now sold out at every retailer we have checked.
This photo better shows Kate’s dress today.
She also repeated her pearl stud earrings…
Along with her navy suede Muse clutch from Russell & Bromley and her Givenchy sunglasses. Kate also repeated her Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon (US name)/Coco Pop shoes.
William and Kate also watched the first set of the Djokovic-Tsonga match before heading over to the Velodrome to watch cycling.
The Duchess opted for a more casual, switching into her Team GB duds, and putting her hair up.
Once again the couple seemed to be enjoying themselves and all of the Olympic excitement, they were ecstatic when the Team GB won the men’s team sprint, this photo via See75 on Twitter.
Also today, we finally have some photos of Tuesday’s visit to the Olympic Village, William, Harry & Kate visited Team GB at its headquarters, Hurdler Lawrence Clarke shared this picture.
Kate added an official Team GB scarf to the ensemble.
Previously Kate wore the Team GB Paralympics scarf, both are available at British retailer Next.
The official Twitter account for Belize Olympics shared this picture of Kate meeting the Mayor of the Olympic Village, Sir Charles Allen.
Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton posted this picture of Kate, Ms. Pendleton can be seen in the glasses.
Team GB Cycling Press Officer Abby Burton shared pictures of Harry and Kate chatting with team members.
One of the athletes Kate met was Bronze Medal swimmer Rebecca Addlington, here is what she tweeted:
Below we see Kate chatting with the swimmer, thanks to Alex Littlewood for sharing his photo.
Multiple reports say the two spoke about shoes, more from Victoria Murphy’s story in the Mirror:
Kate immediately congratulated Adlington on her bronze medal in the 400m freestyle this week – but the swimmer, known for her love of shoes, had other things on her mind.
She admired Kate’s navy wedges, telling her: I love your shoes.
Here are the shoes under discussion.
That is the Stuart Weitzman Corkswoon in ‘Nice Blue Suede,’ the company has now made them available to US shoppers, they are on the website for $375. (UK shoppers can find them at Russell & Bromley.)
Australia’s Libby Trickett, a Gold Medalist in swimming shared this photo of Harry and Kate via her Instagram feed.
Apparently one of the Australian athletes wanted to give Kate the kangaroo; Harry ended up with it at one point, as did William, as seen in another photo from Miss Trickett.
We will be back with more as events warrant.