Queen of style recycling Kate Middleton helped Roger Federer get to the Grand Slam yesterday as she turned up to the Royal Box wearing a yesteryear Alexander McQueen number.
It recently emerged that the Duchess has cost Prince Charles a whopping £700,000 in expenses since getting married to Prince Wills, so it was no surprise when the notorious royal re-wearer decided to opt for a vintage frock.
And it was quite the appropriate fashion choice, nevertheless, as the tennis style dress from 1920 was perfectly pertinent to watch Roger Federer take on Youzhny on Centre Court for the Wimbledon tournament.
Kate looked stunning in the cream knit nautical themed Alexander Mcqueen which looked preppy enough to don at such an event. And she accessorised the designer dress with a pair of £165 navy blue suede court shoes from LK Bennett.
Kate wore her trademark glossy tresses in her usual Chelsea blow dry ‘do, and sported her usual make-up look of heavy blush and lined eyes, with her Scouse brows intact due to a £15 Bobbi Brown eyeshadow she uses to fill them in.
She carried a small quilted navy clutch bag to complete the elegant look. We have to say, this whole recycling thing is finally starting to grow on us! Especially since seeing that bill...
Kate wore the dress last year on exactly the same day when she made a trip to Prince Edward Island during her tour of Canada with hubby Prince William.
Kate is the queen of outdoor chic...
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