While the crowd at Wimbledon suffered the sweltering 31c heat, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared calm, cool and collected as she wowed the crowd in a beautiful white dress in the Royal Box on Centre Court.
Left:Kate arriving with Prince WilliamRight:Wearing £395 Temperley Moriah dress
Kate and Will cheered on British tennis hopeful Andy Murray as he dominated his fourth round game in straight sets.
The Middletons have been huge tennis fans for years: Pippa Middleton attended the French open and Aegon Championships over the last few months and Kate was made captain of her high school tennis team and has previously attended Wimbledon in 2007 and 2008.
Although it was the dress that had fashion fans in love; Kate’s white Temperley Moriah dress, which retails for £795, is currently on sale for £395.
The soft and feminine white frock is reminiscent of traditional tennis skirts worn by female players on the grass court. It also emphasises Kate’s small waist and the added dimension of layers give it a flattering overall shape on her frame.
Above:The Duchess and Prince William in the Royal Box at Center Court
If Kate wore it AND it’s on sale, be prepared for this little number to sell out worldwide in a matter of days.
The hue is seemingly a new favourite for Kate, as she wore a white Reiss chiffon gown and white Joseph jacket to the Derby earlier this month. She also wore an off-white Alexander McQueen double-breasted coat for the Queen’s birthday celebrations.
But the Duchess’ love of white doesn’t mean she shies away from bold fashion statements.
Earlier this month, she wore a stunning pinkish sparkly champagne-coloured Jenny Packham gown.
Left:Kate at Charity GalaRight:Kate with Michelle Obama
She also sported a sharply tailored beige Reiss shift dress while meeting the Obamas back in May.