Kate Middleton Puts On Her Sunday Best (Twice)

She makes it look easy, natch.

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Kate Middleton joined the upper echelons of British society to take in Wimbledon's men's singles final face off between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic yesterday. The Duchess of Cambridge opted to wear Jonathan Saunder's retro-inspired "Evelyn" wrap dress boasting a blue and green basket weave print for the nail biter of a match. The look happened to be a repeat ensemble from her tour of Southeast Asia in 2012.

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Earlier in the day, Middleton went green — sartorially speaking, at least. Her and Prince William helped kick off the Tour de France in Yorkshire, where cyclists commenced their epic 23-day ride. Kate went with another recycled look, this time a jade Erdem coat dress that she wore to open the National Veledrome in New Zealand back in April.

The bespoke royal proved, yet again, that she can make putting on her Sunday best look twice as nice.

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