Kate Middleton changed from a $963 dress to a Zara blazer and jewelry with a potential patriotic message for a day of sports events
Kate Middletonmade a quick outfit change as she dashed from Wimbledonto Wembley Stadium.
- She wore a $963 pink dress for the tennis tournament, followed by a white blazer for the Euro final.
- Middleton is thought to have made a patriotic statement with her second outfit.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore two completely different outfits during a day of sporting events on Sunday.
For her first appearance of the day, Kate Middleton opted for a $963 (£695) blush-pink dress at Wimbledon with her father, Michael Middleton.
The belted midi dress, by Beulah London, appears to have since become sold out on the brand's website, with only the pre-order option available.
She paired the dress with $41 (£30) nude heels by Aldo, according to Hello! Magazine.
Later that evening, the duchess was joined by Prince William and their 7-year-old son, Prince George, at the UEFA Euro Final at Wembley Stadium. Italy beat England 3-2 on penalties after the match ended 1-1 with extra time.
The royal accessorized with a pair of $90 (£65) red beaded teardrop earrings by Blaiz. The brand's founder told Insider she believes they made "a strong patriotic" statement at the match.
"I am incredibly humbled and of course delighted that the Duchess of Cambridge chose to wear a curation of ours to such a monumental occasion for England, the Euro 2020 Final at Wembley Stadium," Stephanie Margaronis Mordehachvili, founder of Blaiz, told Insider.
"Championing the colours of the national flag, the Duchess' handmade red teardrop earrings made a strong patriotic but also
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Meanwhile, William and George wore matching ties and suit jackets.
The Duke of Cambridge made a statement after England's defeat on Sunday evening, writing in an Instagram post that the result was "heartbreaking."
"Congratulations @Azzurri on a great victory. England, you've all come so far, but sadly this time it wasn't our day. You can all hold your heads high, and be so proud of yourselves - I know there's more to come," he wrote, before signing the post with his first initial.
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