Kate Middleton is expected to appear at the Wimbledon tennis courts this week for the annual Championships. The Duchess of Cambridge makes headlines for the gorgeous outfits that she wears to the yearly event. But avid royal fans may have noticed Kate has also worn a green and purple bow to Wimbledon over the years.
What is the hidden meaning behind the accessory?
The royal’s go-to Wimbledon accessory is a symbol of royal patronage.
This was gifted to her by the Queen.
In 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge joined Sir Andy Murray for a video call with pupils from Bond Primary School in Mitcham, South London.
This was to mark what would have been Wimbledon finals weekend.
The royal donned a £665 silk dress printed with tennis players, as well as a small purple and green bow pinned to her lapel.
This is a favourite of the Duchess, who has worn the brooch several times over the years.
The All England Croquet Club was founded in July 1868 and the Duchess took over the role of patron in 2016 from the Queen.
Avid tennis fan Kate first wore the accessory in 2017, donning a white dress, with a vibrant floral print.
The following year she wore the pin with a bright yellow £575 Dolce & Gabbana dress, completing her look with her trusty ‘Sicily’ handbag, nude court shoes and delicate gold jewellery.
In 2019, the royal donned the bow on two separate occasions, wearing a chic baby blue textured £1,210 Emilia Wickstead gown with elegant capped sleeves, a square neckline and flared skirt and a green bespoke green D&G midi dress, estimated to have cost £2,150.
Last year in 2021, Kate could be seen wearing the bow alongside her green A-line dress by Emilia Wickstead.