It's no secret that the Duchess of Cambridge is an avid fan of tennis. Today, William and Kate took their seats in the Royal Box at Wimbledon to watch the quarter finals clash on Centre Court between Andy Murray and Grigor Dimitrov.
Kate has an affinity for wearing white to the Wimbledon Championships, obviously a homage to the Wimbledon players' dress code. She continued that trend today, wearing her white eyelet
Zimmermann Roamer Day dress, first seen on Good Friday during the Royal Tour of Australia.
In the past, Kate has worn white frocks by Issa, Temperley London, Joseph and Alexander McQueen. Last year Kate didn't attend any matches at Wimbledon because she was over 8 months pregnant with Prince George.
Today, Kate added a dash of colour to her ensemble with a red pashmina and her Anya Hindmarch Basket Fan Clutch.
The red shawl dates back to at least February 2007. Kate was photographed carrying it as she left the exclusive Mamilanji club.
Duchess Kate blog has a full-length photo of Kate which shows her wearing the LK Bennett 'Sledge' pumps.
There was some Twitter activity this morning about a sighting of William, Kate and baby George at the Natural History Museum's Butterfly Exhibit.
The Duchess is seen wearing her Suzannah Green Budding Heart Silk Tea Dress. We first got a glimpse of this dress under her Erdem coat on a visit to the Waikato region of New Zealand during the 2014 royal tour.
I have retired the "Bits and Bobs" section of the website and started a new segment title "Outfit Chronicle".