Sure, there's a tennis match going on. But all eyes were on the Royal Box at Wimbledon today, which held not only Kate Middleton and her plus-one, Pippa, but also David and Victoria Beckham. Has there ever been more chic stuffed into one spectator box?
It was Kate's second appearance at the tennis tournament, after she attended last Wednesday wearing a nautical-inspired Alexander McQueen dress (a repeat, obvi), cheering with Prince William by her side. Today Willz couldn't make it but Pippa was free, so the two sisters put on their best summer dresses for the Andy Murray vs. Roger Federer final.
Catherine, of course, pulled yet another repeat: her white Joseph sheath, worn on her Royal Tour a year ago, and a coordinating Joseph jacket, worn at the Epsom Derby last year. (Kate, get new clothes pleaseeeeee. Also, is this about the time you start re-wearing everything from the Royal Tour? OK, cool, good to know.)
Pippa made our day, however, by going with something totally new -- and trendy! The famous sis, who took in an early Wimbledon match a over a week ago, looked fashion-forward in a white and blue print peplum dress by Project D.
But the best surprise of all? Kate in sunglasses! We never see the duchess in sunnies -- and unsurprisingly, she looks very good.
Both Middleton women were brighter and cheerier than David and Victoria Beckham, who also sat in the Royal Box for the match. David wore a dark suit with a crisp white shirt, looking like the model he is, and Victoria was her Victoria-est in a dark green dress from her Fall 2012 collection, her hair pulled back and those signature oversized shades. And, despite acknowledging that her perpetual scowl makes her look like a "moody cow," the designer was as unsmiling as ever.
Word has it Anna Wintour was also in the house. Let's make this photo opp happen, people!
Check out the Middletons, the Beckhams and the lucky fans who sat near them at today's Wimbledon final.
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