Meghan and Kate make it a duchess doubles at Wimbledon

Meghan and Kate make it a duchess doubles at Wimbledon

Meghan and Kate make it a duchess doubles at Wimbledon

The tournament marked the first time that the two appeared publicly together without either of their husbands, Prince William or Prince Harry. Meghan opted for a crisp blue-and-white stripped button down shirt from Ralph Lauren, paired with cream wide-leg pants, a straw fedora, and black handbag.

The Duchesses looked at ease in each other's company as they watched German tennis ace Angelique Kerber beat Meghan's close pal Serena Williams, who gave birth just 12-months ago, in the ladies singles final denying Williams her eighth Wimbledon title.

On July 14, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton were all smiles as they arrived at Wimbledon in their first joint solo outing.

The pair met some of the Championships' ball boys and ball girls and junior players as well as former Wimbledon Ladies Champions at a lunch ahead of the women's final. I have so much to look forward to.

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The pair will watch Meghan's close friend Serena Williams play in a 10th Wimbledon singles final on Saturday.

If she wins on Saturday, she will become the first to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish since Goolagong triumphed 38 years ago.

Stepping out together at the All England club, Kate wore a pretty white polka dot dress by her go-to designer Jenny Packham.

Williams and her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, were amongst guests at Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's May 19 royal wedding.

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While Serena Williams had hoped to win her 8th Wimbledon title, Angelique Kerber managed to hold off the fierce US star and win the Wimbledon title becoming the first German woman to win since Steffi Graff's 1996 win, according to a CBS News report.

"I was really happy to get this far", Williams said after the match.

After the match she praised Williams, saying: "Serena you are a great person and a champion, you are coming back and you are such an inspiration for everybody, for all of us and every person watching".

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