We've been spoiled for fashion the past week with the Cannes Film Festival in full swing, but Kate Middleton has turned the Wimbledon tennis courts into her own sartorial spectacle, as she steps out, again and again, in dazzling outfits.

From flowy skirts and sharp blazers, to feminine tea dresses and statement accessories, Kate has nailed Wimbledon fashion, finding a middle ground between elegance and summery style.

She's been turning heads since the annual tournament kicked off, but was forced to miss most of last week's matches as she self-isolated after coming into contact with a positive Covid-19 case. She saved possibly her most stunning outfit for last, as she watched the Men's Final at Wimbledon yesterday.

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Kate first watched the men's wheelchair final, where the UK's Gordon Reid faced off against Belgium's Joachim Gerard. The Duchess made it a family day out, bringing her father Michael Middleton along for the match.

After that, she made her way to the Royal Box to watch the Gentlemen's Singles Championship, with Italy’s Matteo Berrettini competing against Serbia's Novak Djokovic. Once Djokovic emerged victorious, Kate took to the court to help present the awards with the Duke of Kent.

Kate wore a stunning blush pink dress for the occasion, choosing the Beulah London 'Ahana' Midi Dress in blush crepe. A firm fan of the London brand, Kate shines in their retro and classic silhouettes, and this dress was no different.

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Featuring a fit and flare cut, elegant loop and button closures, a high neckline, capped sleeves and a matching belt to cinch the waist, it's a striking outfit. She accessorised with a stunning vintage Josef 'Point de Beauvais' Beaded Clutch, featuring floral embroidery in shades of pink, gold and blue.

Keeping the colour palette neutral, she wore the Nicholes Pumps from Aldo, featuring a pointed toe, ankle strap and block heel. She added some sparkle with her 'Empress' earrings from Mappin and Webb, her Ray-Ban Chris sunglasses and her Amaia Kids Duchess Pink Pepper protective face mask.

Her hair was styled in a long and bouncy blow-dry, with soft curls framing her face. Her makeup stuck to the blush colour palette, with a soft pink lipstick brightening her complexion and a rosy blush completing the look.