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Kate Middleton Makes Surprise Appearance at Wimbledon in White Summer Dress

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Duchess Kate stepped out wearing yet another ideal summer look as she took in Day 2 of the Championships at Wimbledon on Tuesday (July 2). Kate's friends, Katie Boulter, a British tennis player, and Anne Keothavong, a retired British tennis star, sat alongside her at the match.

Kate Middleton was a breath of fresh air at Wimbledon when she floated in wearing a gorgeous, white dress and cool shades.

But before those matches got under way, Kate stepped out to watch British number four Dart, the world number 182, take on the United States world number 108 McHale, a lucky loser from qualifying. The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, looked absolutely gorgeous in a crisp, white shirt dress that she paired with black heels during her surprise appearance at the London event.

Adding large sunglasses and a stylish panama hat, she appeared completely relaxed and a far cry from her more formal appearances with the royal family.

Davis has now equalled her best previous performance at Wimbledon in reaching the third round where she will play Spanish 30th seed Carla Suarez Navarro for a place in the last 16.

"I hope he'll stay the same in a few years' time and this is not just an in-the-moment situation". The Belgian reached the last 16 here past year, upsetting defending champion Garbine Muguruza on the way, and she has a powerful swinging serve.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge joined spectators to watch players competing during the second day of the tennis championships, which she attends annually.

The pair were spotted laughing and cheering from the sidelines.

Tuesday's Centre Court programme featured title holder Angelique Kerber and multiple former champions Roger Federer and Serena Williams.

Kate has also previously revealed that the athlete is her mother Carole's "heartthrob." I mean, I still think playing on grass, I don't know if it's his favourite surface or not, it seems like he doesn't mind longer, extended rallies, so maybe grass is not his maybe number one surface. It's such a quintessential part of the English summer, and I think it really inspires youngsters, myself, it inspired me, when I was younger to get involved in the game.

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