EAGLE-eyed royal fans have pointed out the secret messages the Princess of Wales has been sending in her last two outfits – but have you spotted it?
Kate Middleton, 41, has stepped out twice this week, and there has been a theme to her elegant ensembles.
The royal mum-of-three visited Southampton’s Hope Street on Tuesday, and stunned in a £1,335 navy Alessandra Rich midi dress.
And on Wednesday, the Princess turned heads in a pink £695 Beulah dress as she opened the Young V&A.
But it wasn’t the first time we’ve seen the two outfits – and there is a very calculated decision behind this, according to royal fans.
In a clip, royal fan @matta_of_fact theorised: “This is something I’ve never seen her do before.
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“She is literally teasing Wimbledon which kicks off next week.”
We previously saw Kate wearing her Alessandra Rich dress at the Wimbledon men's final last year.
The TikTok user added: “This was a straight repeat, right down to the shoes.”
Meanwhile, Kate wore the pink Beulah dress for the 2021 Men’s Final.
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The fan continued: “Doing these repeats this week which are instantly recognisable as Wimbledon looks is just getting me excited for what she might wear to Wimbledon next week.
“I’m thinking it was intentional.”
Kate is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and Wimbledon is always a highlight on her annual calendar.
Earlier this week, the Princess of Wales released a film to highlight the tournament's ballboys and girls.
In the film, she starred alongside tennis legend Roger Federer.
Kate said in the film: “Wimbledon is renowned for its amazingly professional ballboys and ballgirls.
"The amount of work it takes, it’s incredible to see behind the scenes.
“With all the discipline and everything you’ve learnt, you’ll be able to take it into so many other parts of your life.
"Things like confidence and that feeling of pride with being on any of the courts is such a big moment."
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