Kate Middleton channels Duchess Meghan in radiant yellow D&G dress
On Sunday, Duchess Kate seemed to be taking a page from Duchess Meghan’s dress style. Kate was seen at Wimbledon 2018, wearing a bright yellow dress.
The dress looked like the one Meghan had worn at the 'Your Commonwealth' Youth Challenge Reception, 11 days ago. According to a photo shared by Kensington Royal, Kate enjoyed the tennis match she watched
On Saturday, Duchess Kate attended Wimbledon with her sister-in-law Duchess Meghan, to watch Serena Williams compete in the women's final. This was the first time the two have gone out together without their husbands since Meghan joined the family.
At the event, Meghan wore a striped Ralph Lauren shirt and cream silk wide-leg pants, also by the same fashion brand. Kate opted for a polka dot dress, paired with nude heels.
For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. However, Kate decided to go watch another tennis match with her husband, Prince William, the next day.
This time, she appeared to be channeling her sister-in-law in a yellow outfit that resembled the one Meghan wore to a recent Royal engagement. The Dolce & Gabbana yellow crepe dress is available for $1,256.50 on Net-a-Porter.
Meghan wore a similar yellow dress 11 days ago to the 'Your Commonwealth' Youth Challenge Reception at the start of July. The Duchess’ dress was a Brandon Maxwell dress, which sold out.
However, this wasn’t the first time that Kate wore a bright yellow dress.
She wore a striking yellow dress back in 2014, on her tour of Australia with Prince William. The Duchess then wore the Roksanda Ilincic sheath dress again in 2016 when she attended Wimbledon.
Despite still being on maternity leave, Kate has had a busy week.
Last Monday, her youngest child, Prince Louis, was christening at Chapel Royal at St. James' Palace in London. The service was attended by many people including Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan.
Kate’s sister, Pippa Middleton was also in attendance. The christening's reception saw guests being served slices of one of the layers of their wedding cake, which they had been preserving since 2011.
The next day, the Duchess surprised everyone by also attending the Royal Air Force's 100th Anniversary celebrations alongside husband Prince William, Queen Elizabeth II, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.