Princess Kate, royal patron of Wimbledon, and Duchess Meghan attended their first joint engagement Saturday to see championship tennis.
While many were on outfit watch for the stylish sisters, we couldn't help but notice how proud Meghan looked while watching her long time friend Serena in action.
But before they could take their seats, the pair met with ball boys and girls, wheelchair competitors and junior players ahead of the day's play.
The pair sat side by side and appeared to be in good spirits as they animatedly watched Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal duke it out in the heated men's single final.
Meanwhile Meghan opted for a striking blue striped Ralph Lauren shirt and a wide-leg white pants, teamed with court shoes and a fedora.
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Though all eyes were on Kate and Meghan as they arrived at the tournament, the main event is surely Williams's historic match against Germany's Angelique Kergberg.
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Meghan Markle, who is close friends with Serena Williams, was on hand to cheer on the tennis star.
Middleton wore a polka dot cream dress with ruched details by Jenny Packham, a go-to label of the royal, and nude suede heels. "Indeed, if she continues at her current rate, she could spend nearly £1 million by the end of the year". Kerber defeated Williams 6-3, 6-3, to win the tournament.
She topped off the look with her hair in a middle-parted low bun with a few strands of wavy hair out to frame her face.