The Duchess of Cambridge stood at out in a typically stylish ensemble while attending the Wimbledon women's singles final this weekend.
Kate, 40, watched the game at the iconic London tennis tournament, before presenting winner Elena Rybakina with a trophy.
For the important sporting moment – which took place during the current heatwave – the royal mother-of-three opted for a yellow dress from Roksanda.
The bright look, which features a statement bow detail and pleated skirting, was one she previously stepped out in for a recent Caribbean royal tour.
On that occasion in March, the duchess opted to wear it to disembark the plane in Kingston, Jamaica.
For its most recent outing on Saturday, she paired it with white heels while wearing her hair sleek and straight.
At one point, to stay cool under the sun, the Duchess of Cambridge accessorised with a wide-brimmed straw hat and also had a pair of black sunglasses to hand.
To finish off the elegant look she chose a pair of drop diamond earrings – which she had previously worn to the Christmas Day church service at Sandringham in 2017.
The stunning pieces of jewellery are each set with a yellow citrine stone and feature a floral stud encrusted with diamonds.
Since 2016, the duchess has been royal patron for Wimbledon and is a regular visitor to the annual tennis tournament.
Earlier this week, she exuded summer chic in a blue and white polka dot dress – which she paired with white heels and handbag, as well as a pair of tortoiseshell sunglasses.
On that visit, the duchess watched with the Duke of Cambridge from Centre Court’s Royal Box.
It is expected that the couple will attend the Men's Final between Nick Kyrgios and Novak Djokovic later on Sunday.
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