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Kate and Meghan beam as they attend Wimbledon

Kate and Meghan beam as they attend Wimbledon

And last night, Kate and Meghan, sat next to each other, front and centre at Wimbledon to watch American Serena Williams miss the chance for a record-equalling 24th grand slam title as first-time finalist Romanian Simona Halep won 6-2, 6-2.

Kate Middleton is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) and arrived earlier in the day to meet with the players ahead of today's matches.

The palace also announced the Duchess of Cambridge will be joined by her husband Prince William at the Wimbledon men's singles final on Sunday afternoon. Meghan looked stunning a white button down shirt tucked into a blue, black and white maxi skirt, while Kate looked equally as attractive in a green Dolce & Gabbana dress.

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Unsurprisingly for Kate fans, the designer frock was a recycled number, previously worn during a visit to Canada in 2016.

This is the second time the sister-in-laws have watched the Wimbledon Ladies' Singles Final together. The new mum dazzled onlookers with her brand new outfit - which consisted of a crisp white shirt and statement pleated midi skirt, teamed with an ultra-sleek long ponytail.

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Both Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are big fans of the Wimbledon tennis tournament.

She paired the dress with a Dolce and Gabanna Sicily bag and Asprey's woodland oak leaf earrings. Meghan watched Serena play against Croatian pro Kaja Juvan on July 4 with friends Genevieve Hillis and Lindsay Roth.

It is the second trip to Wimbledon this year for the both of them.

"Compare that with the images we've seen of the Duchess of Sussex with two friends, huddled like survivors in a life-raft, alone on a sea of empty green seats in what has been described as an 'exclusion-zone.' Right now, it is the Royal advisers to Harry and Meghan who must up their game - or else hand in their fancy racquets on their way out the door", he said.

The seven-time Wimbledon victor has won 23 grand slam titles.