Wimbledon royalty: Ladies of the palace step out in three glamorous outfits
Duchess Kate and Meghan may have been taking part in a playdate with their offspring at the polo, but they weren’t the only set of Windsors to catch people’s attention.
The same day, three members of the royal family attended Wimbledon day nine: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Zara Tindall and Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
And despite not being seated together, the three still managed to put on a show on their own.
Camilla, who is known to be a fan of the sport, opted for a white dress, perfect for the summer season. She paired the outfit with Ray Ban sunglasses and a chic set of pearls.
She started off the day by attending a private lunch in the members dining room before she made her way to the royal box where she got the best view of the match.
Meanwhile, Sophie looked picture perfect in a midi-length, blue dress which featured a floral design and a cinched in waist.
The dress was designed by none other than Peter Pilotto, the man behind Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress, which she wore in October last year.
She wore her hair in a casual ponytail, keeping her hair off her face to help her concentrate on the events unfolding in front of her.
Finally, also making an appearance was the Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall, who attended the tournament with her husband Mike.
Wearing a sophisticated blue and white striped number, Zara paired the floaty outfit with a set of sunglasses. She styled her blonde bob with loose waves, looking on trend.
The couple confused spectators as they chose not to sit in the royal box, but it is assumed they were guests of Rolex, which is why they sat in the stands on centre court.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the fashionable royals at Wimbledon.