Kate Middleton and Prince George match at Wimbledon 2022

The Cambridges can’t resist a twinning tennis moment.

Kate Middleton and Prince William brought Prince George, 8, to his first Wimbledon match yesterday – and the family coordinated perfectly in navy blue for the thrilling men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.

Wearing a navy blue polka dot dress ($1,305) from one of her recent go-to designers, Alessandra Rich, the 40-year-old rocked an 80s-inspired outfit for her second Wimbledon appearance of the weekend.

She added two-tone heels from the same designer ($745), along with old favorite Bulgari sunglasses, sparkly diamond and sapphire earrings, and a pendant to match.

Kate Middleton
The Duchess has worn several Alessandra Rich polkadot designs in recent months, opting for a navy blue style for the Wimbledon men’s final.

Of course, the Royal Family added its All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club ribbon; the Duchess of Cambridge acts as royal patroness and is entitled to wear the special pin.

The silk peplum dress with bow detail and ruffled sleeves looks a lot like Alessandra Rich’s yellow dress she wore on this spring’s Caribbean tour — and Middleton wore a sunny yellow dress from the tour during Saturday’s women’s competition final, when Tom Cruise saw her in the audience.

The royal box at Wimbledon has a strict dress code (even for children), and Prince George looked adorable in his navy blue suit and matching striped tie when he saw Djokovic beat Kyrgios.

Prince George, Prince William and Kate Middleton
The family enjoyed a day out at Wimbledon together.

The future king turns nine this month – the same age Prince William was when he attended his first Wimbledon match with Princess Diana in 1991.

Meanwhile, the proud dad coordinated Prince William, 40, with his son in navy pants, a light blue shirt, a plain navy tie and a brown jacket.

This is the second time we’ve seen a Cambridge blue moment in recent weeks, with all three kids coordinating in the color as they attended last month’s Platinum Jubilee parade.

Prince George and Kate Middleton
The Duchess seemed excited to be sharing the sport with Prince George, who turns nine on July 22.

And while Prince Louis may have been the unofficial star of the platinum anniversary, Prince George delighted fans at Wimbledon when he made funny faces (and picked his nose) during the tennis match.

As for why the other Cambridge kids didn’t attend, little Louis is too young, by Wimbledon rules, and the Duchess told reporters at the event (according to the Daily Star) that she didn’t bring Princess Charlotte because ” It’s George’s treat today.”

Fingers crossed that we’ll be treated to more family moments to match soon.

Kate Middleton, Prince George, Prince William
Prince George appeared to have a ball during his first Wimbledon match.

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