The Duchess of Sussex gave a lesson in how to master Wimbledon chic at the women's final today in a look that called to mind Katharine Hepburn.
The royal - who was joined by the Duchess of Cambridge in their first joint appearance without Prince William and Harry - wore a pair of wide-leg white trousers with an oversized blue striped shirt both by Ralph Lauren. She paired the look with an Altuzarra saddle bag and a white straw hat.
Although the shirt is sold out, similar blue striped versions of the shirt is available to buy online for £54.50 (Dhs265). The trousers are also sold out, but a comparable style is available online here. Her bag is still for sale on MyTheresa.
The Duchess also sported her signature messy bun with a few lose tendrils hanging loosely to frame her face. Make-up was keep characteristically understated. Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge chose a spotted knee-length, printed dress with ruched detailing by Jenny Packham, a favourite label of the royal.
It was announced earlier this week that the Duchesses would attend Wimbledon, in which US titan Serena Williams lost to Angelique Kerber from Germany. Kate is a keen tennis fan and has been a guest at the tournament on multiple occasions. Meghan - who has been pictured at Wimbledon before - is a good friend of Williams, who attended the royal wedding in May.
"We've always had a wonderful friendship and every year for a couple years she comes out to Wimbledon, has supported me. Now, she's supporting me in a different role," she said at a press conference today.