Just a day after celebrating niece Princess Charlotte’s christening at Sandringham Estate with the royal family, Pippa Middleton enjoyed a seat in the royal box at Wimbledon on Monday. The sister of Kate Middleton led a host of famous faces at the second week of the tennis championships, opting for a low-key look in a floral dress.
The dress was by British designer Suzannah Crabb. On Sunday, Pippa made headlines for wearing a nearly identical look as her sister Kate in a cream Emilia Wickstead dress, according to People.
On Monday, Pippa's 1930s-inspired tea dress ended just above her knees. Kate was pictured wearing the same style in an emerald heart print version at George’s 1st birthday celebration at London’s Natural History Museum last September. The dress featured a deep V neckline and tiered short sleeves. Made of delicate crepe de chine, it is perfect for the balmy weather, with a flimsy skirt. It also had an empire waistline and pleated sleeves, which flattered Pippa's slim frame.
Pippa styled her look with matching espadrille wedges and her new favorite Dee Ocleppo Primrose fringe bag. The brown leather satchel features an embossed body with on-trend fringing around the sides and edges. The 31-year-old event planner-turned columnist was the epitome of summertime chic in the feminine dress as she smiled and walked toward Center Court.
She was joined by her brother James Middleton and his girlfriend Donna Air. Pippa completed the summery look with a pair of dark tortoise-shell sunglasses and some gold jewelry. Her brunette tresses were left loose and fell over her shoulders with a middle part.
James was dressed in pale blue shirt, while Donna wore a nautical striped sleeveless top, which she paired with a white midi skirt and cream sandals.
This isn’t the first time Pippa has worn pieces by designer Suzannah Crabb. She also wore a cream-colored creation with a pale pink lining by the designer for Prince George’s christening in 2013, as well as a few other royal events.