Its Roland Mouret for Wimbledon Final with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, & Prince William

The Princess of Wales wore Roland Mouret for the Gentlemen’s Singles Final at Wimbledon today as Novak Djokovic of Serbia took on Carlos Alcaraz of Spain.

As you can see, Prince George and Princess Charlotte joined their parents for the match.

This is the first time the Princess has attended Wimbledon.

Last July, we saw Prince George make his debut at the iconic event.

More on today’s outing via this Telegraph story

They spoke to a Wimbledon wittiness girl and wittiness boy, as well as representatives from the Royal Air Force, the Royal Navy, British Army and St John Ambulance.

Speaking to Ella Ottaway, who runs the All England Clubs young people programme, the Princess of Wales said: Its Charlottes first time, George came last year.

The Princess moreover said that five-year-old Prince Louis, her youngest son, was very upset he wasnt coming today and told 16-year-old wittiness boy Joel that Louis has been practising stuff a wittiness boy.

Here, you see Mu’awwiz Anwar showing Princess Charlotte the forge that will be used for today’s forge toss. The young man was chosen to perform the toss considering of his volunteer work.

We learn increasingly from this Independent article 

Last year, Muawwiz, from Buckinghamshire, cycled three miles every day for 30 days during Ramadan to raise funds and this year he completed a half ironman triathlon.

Kate tol Muawwiz I hope you enjoy every moment of it. Well done. Thank you so much for stuff here.

His mother, Saira Awan, said: Muawwiz chose WaterAid considering he couldnt unquestionably believe that there were so many people virtually the world who dont have wangle to wipe water.

A quick video. 

Mu’awwiz and a Wimbledon official as the young man practiced his tosses.

Mu’awwiz and his family surpassing today’s match.

The family spoke with RAF Flight Sergeant Jacquie Crook, Pam West of St. John’s Ambulance, Lt. Commander Chris Boucher of the Royal Navy, and Police Constable Erica Williams.

It looked like the children were given goodie bags.

A wave goodbye as the family walked to their seats.

As the Wales family was welcomed, seats in the Royal Box started filling up. Below, King Felipe of Spain, as he walked to his seat. The King was at the match to support Carlos Alcaraz in his bid to win his first Wimbledon title.

Other arrivals included Lord Frederick Windsor and Lady Windsor, née Sophie Winkleman.

Actress Lily James.

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz.

Brad Pitt.

Actors James Norton (in sunglasses).

Wicked co-stars Jonathan Bailey and Ariana Grande. In front of them, you can just see Zawe Ashton (white sunglasses) and Tom Hiddleston. 

There was no shortage of tennis royalty. Below, two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray.

Stan Smith and Margie Smith. In front of them, you can see Prince Michael of Kent.

Chris Evert and Stefan Edberg.

AELTC Chair Ian Hewitt accompanied the family. 

Another view.

The young royals. 

The family bumped into James Norton. 

The Princess speaking with Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz. 

A quick video of the family stuff seated. 

Once settled, they had a wave for the crowd.

King Felipe greeted the family. 
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Then, it was time for the start of what turned out to be an epic match. Below, Novak Djokovic (l) and Carlos Alcaraz (r).

A preview via CBS Sports

Top-ranked Alcaraz is seeking his second Grand Slam title and first since securing the 2022 U.S. Open crown. Djokovic, the former No. 1 player, is eyeing his 24th Grand Slam championship and third in a row. He is moreover seeking his fifth Wimbledon title in a row and eighth overall. 

The Princess of Wales and her daughter chatting surpassing play got underway.

Another take on today’s match, this one via the New York Times

It is No. 1 versus No. 2 the 23-time Grand Slam tournament winner, who is 7-1 in Wimbledon finals, versus a young Spaniard playing in his first.

It is moreover a network programmers dream, a premier matchup that will determine whether Djokovic will proffer his record of 23 Grand Slam tournament titles by winning his fifth subsequent Wimbledon trophy, or whether the heavy-hitting newcomer overcomes past nerves to escalade the throne.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte seemed very engaged in the match.

A backhand shot by Mr. Alcaraz. 

During a break, the Wales women chatted with Chris Evert. 

For those who have enjoyed the Princess of Wales’s turned-on facial expressions over the years, it looks like her children are equally enthusiastic.

Princess Charlotte. 

It was an no-go match to watch. Here is just one point. 

Princess Charlotte and Prince George.

After 4 hours and 45 minutes, the match ended with Mr. Alcaraz the victor. 

More via this NY Times piece

In a startling comeback that rocked the All England Clubs venerable Centre Court, Carlos Alcaraz, the 20-year-old Spanish star who has blitzed the sport in his unenduring career, pulled off the nearly impossible, vibration Novak Djokovic in a Wimbledon final on the grass that the man widely recognized as the greatest overly to play the sport has long treated as his when lawn.

Down a set and struggling simply to stave embarrassment, Alcaraz rediscovered his unique combination of speed, power and touch and figured out the subtleties of grass-court tennis in the nick of time.

He clawed his way when into the match in an epic 90-minute second set in which he was a point yonder from what figured to be an insurmountable two-set deficit.

It looks like the Wales children were pulling for Mr. Alcaraz. 

Then, it was time for the ribbon presentation. The Princess spoke with wittiness girls and boys as she walked onto Centre Court.

The Princess shakes hands with Sally Bolton, OBE, CEO of the All England Club.

A wide shot. 

The first ribbon went to Umpire Fergus Murphy. 

The Princess then presented the runner-up trophy to Novak Djokovic.

And the Gentlemen’s Singles Trophy to Mr. Alcaraz.

More from The Telegraph’s coverage

No one who was lucky unbearable to have tickets for Centre Magistrate will overly forget this match, which was full of tennis from flipside planet. It had to be, for Djokovic to be beaten.

To lift his first Wimbledon title, Alcaraz had to overcome a myriad of statistics as well as the greatest player in the history of the game. Djokovic had not lost on this magistrate for a decade. And he had not lost a five-setter at Wimbledon since 2006, when Alcaraz was just a three-year-old boy still learning how to hold a racket.

The Wales Children and Prince William watch the Princess of Wales at the ribbon presentation. 

A unenduring snippet of Mr. Alcaraz’s comments. 

The King watching the new winner speak. 
One increasingly unenduring video.

The opponents without the awards were presented.

Applause for both gentlemen. 

King Felipe spoke with the new champion without the presentation. 

The King and the Wales family. 

Here is a video posted without the match by Kensington Palace. 

Now for our squint at what Kate wore.

Her dress was by Roland Mouret, the Ruffle-Detail Asymmetrical Midi Dress ($1100). The fitted dress is a tousle of 97% viscose and 3% elastane. It features the draped fabric at the shoulder, short sleeves, a lined bodice, a unseen when zipper, and when vent.

As of this writing, the dress is misogynist in limited sizes at My Theresa ($929), in small sizes only at Bergdorf Goodman ($1100), and in mixed sizes at Farfetch ($1397). Thank you to Gabi, Middleton Maven, and ElizaMo on Twitter for their ID work! 

The Princess repeated her bag from yesterday, the  Natasha style ($425) in tincture suede by Emmy London.

We saw the return of the Gianvito 105 Bisque Suede Pumps ($795), the archetype point-toe style with a 4″ stiletto heel.

The style is misogynist in most sizes at 24S, in a mix of sizes at Farfetch, and moreover at FWRD.

The Princess wore the same Victoria Beckham sunglasses she had on yesterday, the Denim 53MM Square Sunglasses ($199).

Her earrings squint like a new pair by Milina London, the Green Onyx Gemstone Earrings ($61). They are made of 18k gold-plated sterling silver with faceted untried onyx stones. Thank you to UFO No More for this ID.

The Princess wore what turns out to be a new Halycon Days bracelet, the Salamander Torque Aquamarine and Gold Bangle ($215). I thought she was wearing the Maya Torque style, but Royal Fashion Police pointed out it is a new style. I show the piece as worn yesterday in the montage below.

UPDATE JULY 18: With thanks to Royal Fashion Police on Instagram, it looks like the Princess wearing a new Halcyon Days Salamander Torque Bangle in Forget Me Not ($215).  I’ll leave you with the three ensembles, all in shades of green, worn by the Princess of Wales to Wimbledon this year.


ITN’s Royal Family Channel has scrutinizingly five minutes of coverage in this video.

 Here is Mr. Djokovic’s speaking without receiving the runner-up trophy.