KATE Middleton was a vision in pink today as she arrived for the men’s Wimbledon final.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a pale pink dress and matching floral face mask, will watch on as Novak Djokoic attempts to make history against Matteo Berrettini this afternoon.
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It comes after keen tennis fan Kate, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, presented trophies to the winner of the ladies singles Ash Barty yesterday and runner up Czech finalist Karolina Pliskova.
She later congratulated the pair on Twitter for playing an “incredible match”.
The Duchess tweeted: “It was amazing to see the atmosphere and support from the fans echoing through centre court once again.”
Kate, who has regularly attended the Wimbledon championships since her marriage to William in 2011, watched yesterday’s match in the royal box alongside Wills.
It marked her first public appearance since she was alerted by the NHS App while watching tennis at Wimbledon last Friday.
Kate was pinged after taking her seat for a match and left straight away at around 4pm before Briton Dan Evans took to the court.
She spent seven days in isolation but returned to public engagements yesterday afternoon, watching Australian first seed Ashleigh Barty take on world No. 13 Karolina Pliskova.
And today she could see history unfold, with Djokoic hoping to equal the current record number of Grand Slam wins.
Djokoic has currently won 19 Grand Slams and victory today will see him equal Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer’s joint-record of 20.