09 July 2012

Royal Trend Watch: Wimbledon Style, Part Deux

Turns out, all you need to rustle up a bunch of Windsors is a Jubilee or a Brit in the Wimbledon finals. Scotland's own Andy Murray lost out to Roger Federer yesterday, but it wasn't for lack of (royal) support.

Left to right: Lord Frederick Windsor and Prince Michael of Kent, Tim Taylor, the Duke of Kent (presenting the trophy to Roger Federer with Andy Murray in the background)
Let's start with the gents and their suits, shall we? Your standard range of Kents, with a bonus Tim Taylor, which is always lovely to see.

L to R: Princess Alexandra of Kent, Princess Michael of Kent, Lady Frederick Windsor, Lady Helen Taylor
And then there were the Kent ladies, working their elegant style (well, except for the spot of bedhead on Helen there). Sophie Winkleman wins this for me, in her tennis whites.

L to R: the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Gloucester
And speaking of tennis whites, of course Kate showed up in hers. Repeating her outfit, of course, as was the Duchess of Gloucester (in her Jubilee outfit, again).

L to R: Pippa Middleton, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark (at Princess Athena's christening)
I wouldn't normally throw Pippa in here, but I couldn't resist an informal style duel: who wore the Project D dress best?

Photos: Getty Images/Wimbledon Facebook/Reuters/PA