For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge donned a custom light blue dress with capped sleeves by Emilia Wickstead. She paired the bespoke look with a floral clutch and neutral block heels.
The Duke of Cambridge made sure to coordinate with Kate’s look, wearing a matching blue shirt, gray jacket, navy slacks and brown shoes.
The two met with ballboys and ballgirls prior to the match.
During the championship, the duke and duchess made a number of funny faces while watching their friend Federer, who ended up losing to Djokovic.
Kate, who is a patron of Wimbledon, presented the trophy to Djokovic after the match.
The Duchess of Cambridge also attended Wimbledon on Saturday for the women’s finals, alongside her sister, Pippa Middleton, and the Duchess of Sussex. It’s the second year in a row Kate and Meghan Markle have attended the finals together.
The three sat in the Royal Box at Center Court and watched Serena Williams lose to Simona Halep.
Williams, who is a global adviser to Verizon Media, HuffPost’s parent company, spoke about her friendship with the duchess in a press conference after the finals.
“Just having her in general as a friend is great,” the tennis great said. “She’s such a great friend and a great person as well, and always positive no matter what.”
She added, “It’s so good to have people like that … and she’s such a fan of the sport. And she too is happy for Simona. She saw that she played unbelievable, and that’s just the kind of person that she is.”
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