Kate screams tennis pro chic in unseen Wimbledon video

Ahead of the 2023 championships, Wimbledon has shared a new video of Kate, Princess of Wales and tennis icon Roger Federer meeting Wimbledon’s Ball Boys and Ball Girls.

She looked fabulous in all-white tennis gear and finished the look with a high ponytail.

Despite being a Princess, Kate is no stranger to athleisure wear, and can often be spotted sporting workout clothes.

A lover of all sports, the royal is not afraid to jump in and get involved – and always looks fabulous doing so.

In this video, Kate swapped Princess for pro athlete as she met the Ball Boys and Ball Girls of Wimbledon ahead of this year’s games.

She showed off her toned legs in the Adidas x Stella McCartney Barricade Skort.

In true Wimbledon fashion, she paired this with the Wimbledon Core Performance Sleeveless Polo, £55.

To complete the look Kate stunned in the Wimbledon Full Zip Jacket in White, priced at £125.


Kate showcased her athletic abilities in a pair of Babolat Jet Mach 3 Trainers which seriously mean business.

The £135 kicks were “created with tennis in mind” and “designed for maximum precision and freedom of movement”, according to the official Wimbledon Shop.

As for accessories, the Princess went for understated and minimal for this more practical occasion.

These were the Orelia London’s Gold-Plated Chain Huggie Hoop Earrings.

The “classic style statement” earrings are priced at just £18, so are a steal for royal fans who want to recreate Kate’s look.

She appeared to go for a daytime makeup look, with a touch of blush and dark eyes, and whacked her hair into a sporty high ponytail to finish.

Royal fans were quick to praise Kate on social media. @‌mandylauralane called her “the most beautiful princess inside and out”.

@williamcatherine82 took to Instagram: “They are amazing!! And I absolutely loved this video.. our Princess of Wales really can do it all.” Royal fan @catherinemurtaugh called her a “super sportswoman”.

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