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17 July 2017, 04:01 | Charlene Valdez
MAGICMOMENTSUKPippa Middleton wore a cream boho-inspired dress and fedora today the day's match
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among those ready to greet Roger Federer as he won a historic eighth Wimbledon title and both offered their most honest congratulations for his success. Also on Friday, Pippa's mother, Carole Middleton, and brother, James Middleton, were spotted at Center Court cheering on their family friend Roger Federer, who advanced to the men's finals after beating Tomáš Berdych.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is now Wimbledon's official patron, took her prime spot in the royal box in a cap-sleeved, white midi dresses with colourful floral trim at the hem.
Kate accessorised the look with a white Victoria Beckham tote and gold earrings by Cassandra Goad. Kate Middleton, Prince William, Eddie Redmayne, Bradley Cooper, Hugh Grant and more showed up for the match at the SW19 Championships.
MAGICMOMENTSUKPippa Middleton attended Wimbledon for the third time today
For her second appearance, Middleton kept things light in a white knee-length dress featuring a vibrant floral pattern around the hem. Wedge sandals finished off the look, along with a pop of colour by way of her bright green Tory Burch cross-body bag.
Click through to see all the fashion wins from the Middleton sisters at this year's Wimbledon.
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