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Kate Middleton returned to Wimbledon on her own Sunday afternoon for the men's wheelchair singles final and men's singles final games. It was another big summer fashion moment for the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore a belted pastel pink Beulah London dress, Aldo heels, a pink floral mask, and Mappin and Webb Empress dangle earrings to take in the matches. She carried a light Josef clutch.
In the stands, Kate was photographed doing the wave in a lighter moment. Her dad Michael Middleton was alongside her:
Kate attended Wimbledon yesterday with Prince William to take in the ladies' singles final. William wore a light blue suit, while Kate leaned into a tennis green theme with her pleated Emilia Wickstead dress:
This weekend's appearances come after Kate self-isolated during the week due to COVID-19 exposure. A spokesperson for Kensington Palace told CNN, “Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any symptoms, but is following all relevant government guidelines and is self-isolating at home.” CNN reported that Kate was alerted of the possible exposure last Friday afternoon and that a source informed the outlet that Kate had received both doses of her COVID-19 shot.
Kate shared a photo of herself getting her first dosage of the shot on Kensington Palace's Instagram on May 29. She wrote in the caption, “Yesterday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at London’s Science Museum. I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout—thank you for everything you are doing.”
There's a possibility Kate may be out again later in the day for the Euro 2020 Final between England and Italy. William shared a message of support for England's team on the couple's Instagram page ahead of soccer match.
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