THE Princess of Wales attended Wimbledon three times this year and a royal watcher has claimed she sent a secret signal with her outfits.
They said that Kate Middleton not only carefully chose the colours, but also planned each style to have a hidden meaning.
The Princess of Wales dazzled in a pastel green Self Portrait dress for the Ladies Final on SaturdayCredit: Getty
Kate was the picture of elegance in a Roland Mouret dress to the Men’s Final on SundayCredit: Getty
Royal watcher @matta_of_fact said in a video: “If there’s one thing royal women love doing, it’s telling a story with their clothes.
“Let’s talk about Kate Middleton’s style narrative at Wimbledon.
“I think at Wimbledon Kate was painting a picture of who she is now as the Princess of– a woman who is yes going to reference the past, but also is comfortable enough to reference herself, and paying tribute to the UK’s institutions in the process.”
The royal fan broke down what she meant by this, and said Kate’s first Wimbledon look was a nod to Princess Diana, and poignantly “referencing the past.”
She explained: “It is very Princess Diana-inspired, I think this is a beautiful look but I’m really glad it’s where the Princess Diana inspo ended.”
The royal fan then mentioned Kate’s second look at the Ladies Final on Saturday, which was a pastel green Self Portrait dress.
She claimed this brand is a royal staple and something you’d expect to see on one of the ladies from the family.
The royal watcher continued: “I love a Self Portrait dress, I call these the mullet of the royal fashion world.
“You’ve got business on top and party on the bottom – well tea party on the bottom.”
And finally she said Kate’s Men’s Final dress on Sunday was “referencing herself.”
She added: “Her green Roland Mouret dress to me is the one that feels the most organic to her.
“It feels familiar doesn’t it, even though we’ve never seen this dress before.”
The royal fan also claimed Kate choosing green was a deliberate choice too.
Although she joked the Princess of Wales was “dressing like a tennis ball”, she added: “This is the first year I’ve seen her do it all [Wimbledon] in one colour.
“Remember Kate is the Patron of Wimbledon, she is the Patron of the AllLawn and Crochet Club.
“She has been since 2016 so this is not her first year as patron but it is her first year as Princess of Wales.
“Green being one of the colours of Wimbledon.
“I think what was happening here was a celebration of Kate’s new elevated role, not just as patron but also as Princess of Wales and turning that into also a celebration of Wimbledon itself.”
Prince William, Kate and two of their three children Prince George and Princess Charlotte attended Centre Court together on Sunday.
They watched from the royal box as Novak Djokovic lost the trophy to Carlos Alcaraz.
Five-year-old Louis was not with the family on the final day of the tournament..
Kate, 41, revealed her youngest son was “very upset” not to be joining his parents and siblings at the tennis.
Speaking to Ella Ottaway, Children, Young People and Families Coordinator at Wimbledon, Kate said: “It’s Charlotte’s first time, George came last year.
“They’ve been eagerly watching. Charlotte you’ve been getting to grips with the scoring haven’t you.
“Louis was very upset he wasn’t coming today.”
The young royal has stolen the show during recent events with his naughty antics and cheeky body language.
Royal watcher ‘matta_of-fact claimed Kate was sending a message with her three Wimbledon looksCredit: TikTok/@matta_of_fact
Kate’s first look was this pistachio-green blazer and pleated skirtCredit: Paul Edwards
The royal fan said Kate was referencing Princess Diana with her first lookCredit: Getty