Kate Middleton looked like a real life Cinderella in a $1,740 Emilia Wickstead dress at Wimbledon

  • Kate Middleton looked radiant in a blue, Cinderella-inspired dress for an appearance at the Wimbledon men’s final on Sunday.
  • The Duchess of Cambridge wore a $1,740 Emilia Wickstead gown to present Novak Djokovic with his fifth Wimbledon title trophy.
  • The duchess was accompanied by Prince William, who matched his wife in a powder blue shirt.
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The Duchess of Cambridge channeled Cinderella in a powder blue Emilia Wickstead dress at Wimbledon on Sunday.

Kate Middleton, who is a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, watched Novak Djokovic play against Roger Federer in the men’s singles final.

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The duchess looked like a real-life Disney princess as she presented Djokovic with his fifth Wimbledon title trophy on Centre Court.

The dress comes with a price tag of £1,390 ($1,740), according to The Sun. She paired the dress with a bow pin, and added a pair of tan heels and a matching clutch to complete the look.

Middleton styled her hair in her signature loose curls with natural make-up.

Prince William accompanied his wife to the event, opting for a grey suit-jacket with a blue shirt and tie to match Middleton’s dress.

After the match, Middleton and William wrote a message of congratulations to Djokovic following his win.

“What an incredible, breathtaking Wimbledon final,” wrote a spokesperson for the couple on their official Instagram account. “Congratulations Novak on your fifth Wimbledon title!”

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It was the duchess’ third appearance at the royal box this year. On Saturday, she attended the women’s final with Meghan Markle and her sister Pippa Middleton.

The Duchess of Cambridge opted for an emerald green dress for the event, while Markle wore a white button-down shirt paired with a blue and white skirt.