Looking ace! Carole Middleton sports £150 jumpsuit from Boden as she and husband Michael step out on third day of Wimbledon
- Carole Middleton and her husband Michael were spotted at Wimbledon today
- Duchess of Cambridge’s mother donned a stylish floral jumpsuit for the occasion
- Michael looked dapper in a tan blazer jacket for the third day of the competition
Carole and Michael Middleton were spotted arriving at the tennis court as the West London tournament entered its third day.
For the occasion, Carole, 67, donned a stylish white jumpsuit with a floral pattern and a white jean jacket.
Meanwhile, her husband, 73, looked dapper in a tan blazer jacket and a pair of navy trousers.
Kate Middleton’s mother, 67, donned a very stylish £150 jumpsuit from Boden and a £99 denim jacket from Hobbs to attend Day 3 of the Wimbledon championship with her husband today
Copy Carole in a floral print jumpsuit from Boden
Move over, Kate and Pippa, because mum Carole is a contender for style queen of the Middleton family!
She was pictured arriving in Wimbledon for day three of the tournament, and we instantly fell in love with her floral print jumpsuit. It’s from Boden, and when teamed with shoes by The Fold and a white denim jacket from Hobbs (all Duchess of Cambridge-approved brands), it’s a very stylish look.
The good news is her jumpsuit is nearly all sizes and it’s in the sale. The linen fabric makes it spot on for the summer months, plus the square neckline and puff sleeves are right on trend.
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The discreet couple were seen arriving at the court together this morning before taking their seats by the lawn.
Carole sported a very modern £150 white jumpsuit from Boden with a lilac, blue and pink flower detail, and paired it with a crisp white £99 denim jacket from Hobbs.
She elevated the casual look with a £395 pair of blush pink heels from The Fold and brought whole look together with a discreet necklace with a flower pendant.
The styling mother-of-three also carried her Wimbledon essentials in a cream leather handbag from Osprey.
Phone in hand, Michael looked dapper in a tan blazer and a red tie. Meanwhile, Carole looked glamourous in her pink and blue look
She let her hazelnut locks fall straight on her shoulders, and enhanced her natural sun-kissed glow with just a dash of bronzer.
Carole went for a glamourous undereye trait of black eyeliner for her day on the green, which brought some drama to her sage makeup.
Meanwhile, her husband looked dapper in his Wimbledon attire, sporting a tan blazer in a relaxed fit and navy trousers.
The pair are fond of tennis and come to London every year to catch some of the games playing out during the competition.
While their royal daughter Kate is yet to make an appearance this year, her cousin-in-law Zara Tindall and her husband Mike were both spotted among the spectators yesterday.
Carole sported a natural makeup, with just a dash of bronzer, and styled her hazelnut locks straight
The couple amped up the PDA during their outing, kissing and holding hands as they watched the action unfold on the court.
Zara, a mother-of-three, looked chic in her white midi which boasted a collar, button detailing and flattering belt that cinched in her waist.
Choosing to keep things simple, Zara added a pair of navy wedges and a black quilted handbag slung across her shoulder.
She finished the look with gold jewellery and wore her blonde locks loose around her shoulders.
Former England rugby star Mike looked smart in a white shirt, black trousers and navy shoes. In keeping with the Royal Box dress code, added a blazer and tie.
The couple are the first senior royals to attend this year’s Wimbledon. The two-week tournament is popular with the Royal Family and the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to attend in the coming days.
Novak Djokovic, Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray are all expected on Centre Court today.
Meanwhile, the morning rain delayed Brit wildcard Ryan Peniston’s match by 90 minutes, but he wave eventually let on the pitch to compete against the American Steve Johnson.