Since 1877, Wimbledon tennis championships has been a major sporting event.
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Wimbledon is attended annually by members the royal family. They can often be seen alongside important guests in Center Court’s famous Royal Box.
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Here, NewsweekLook at ten times as many royals in Wimbledon style from the 1990s through the 2020s.
Princess Diana, July 4, 1994
Princess Diana was a keen tennis fan. She attended Wimbledon every opportunity from her first year as a princess bride to the end.
Diana was present at the 1993 men’s singles final match, Pete Sampras vs. Jim Courier. Frances Shand Kydd, her mother, was with the princess. She wore an elegant peach-colored wool suit with a silk blouse and a potted scarf underneath.
Diana paired her suit up with layered jewelry in gold, large faux pearl earrings, and black sunglasses.
Princess Diana, July 9, 1995
Diana wore a sophisticated cream-colored suit with statement buttons to the 1995 men’s singles finals match, where Pete Sampras defeated Boris Becker.
Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were also present at the match, but they weren’t seated in the royal box with the princess. Instead, Diana was photographed having a conversation with her Kensington Palace neighbor, Prince of Kent, and his younger sister, Princess Alexandra.
Queen Elizabeth II. June 24, 2010,
The queen is better known for her passion for horseracing and tennis than for her reign of 70 years. However, the monarch has only appeared at the championships once.
The queen made her most recent visit to Wimbledon in 2010, when she saw Andy Murray win a second round match against Jarkko Nieminen.
The monarch wore a striking combination of a blue coat and dress with a matching cap for the occasion. “Rainbow Wardrobe”Style refined over the past 20 years. The Duke of Kent, and the Duchess de Gloucester, were her cousins.
Kate Middleton July 6, 2014
Kate Middleton shares Princess Diana’s love for Wimbledon. She is the patron of Lawn Tennis Association which organizes the tournament.
The duchess wore a Jonathan Saunders Day Dress in a green and turquoise printed print to the men’s singles finals match. She had worn it on a 2012 royal trip to the Solomon Islands.
Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall, July 11, 2018,
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall is a less frequent visitor to Wimbledon than her step-daughter-in-law.
The duchess was married to Prince Charles in 2005. Since then, she has made a few visits. In 2018, she attended the men’s quarterfinal match along with Anabelle Elliot.
Camilla wore a cream and brown spotted day dress with an elongated, box-pleated skirt and a vshaped neckline for the event. The royal wore this dress with a nude-box-handled bag.
Meghan Markle, July 14, 2018.
Meghan Markle is passionate about tennis, just like Kate Middleton. She made her Wimbledon debut even before Prince Harry was known to the public.
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Meghan accompanied Kate to the championship for the first time as a member the royal family after her May 2018 marriage. She wore a bold outfit.
The duchess wore a bold, white-striped shirt and elegant, wide-legged white trousers. Ralph Lauren made this outfit, who was reportedly hosting the then-current ‘Royal Wedding’.SuitsActress at the 2016 event
Kate Middleton July 2, 2019,
Kate Middleton wore an elegant day dress with capped sleeves by Suzannah London and black buttons by designer Suzannah.
The duchess has supported this designer in the past. Sophie, Countess de Wessex, Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter-in-law, is another royal fan.
Kate paired her gown, the “flippy wiggle”Alexander McQueen designed her wedding dress and created a woven bag for her handbag.
Meghan Markle, July 13, 2019,
Meghan and Kate Middleton made another Wimbledon appearance in 2019, just after Archie MountbattenWindsor’s birth.
Megan wore a summery dress with links to her wedding day for the occasion.
The royal wore a light, pleated skirt with black and blue statement detail from Boss. She paired it with a couture blouse designed by Givenchy in Paris.
Princess Beatrice, 7 July 2021
Prince Andrew’s son, Princess Beatrice, was there with Eduardo Mappeli Mozzi, her husband, in a statement gown by Kate Middleton.
The brand Self-Portrait presented the princess in a monochrome spotted daydress with large puff sleeves.
Beatrice recently announced that she was pregnant with her first child. The royal’s baby bump was highlighted by a matching white belt.
Kate Middleton, July 10, 2021
Kate Middleton was there with Prince William for the finals of Wimbledon’s women’s singles match.
Emilia Wickstead designed a beautiful emerald-green day dress made of textured crepe. It featured a fluted paneled sleeve and capped sleeves.
Kate paired her gown with a small, white-handled Mulberry bag and her favorite Jimmy Choo shoes. “Romy”Pumps in white leather