Kate Middleton and Prince William cause a stir as they turn up to Wimbledon

Top game: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take their seats in Centre Court's Royal Box at Wimbledon
Top game: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take their seats in Centre Court's Royal Box at Wimbledon©Ray Tang/Rex Features

Duchess Kate and Prince William caused quite the stir as the glamorous Royals turned up to watch the tennis at Wimbledon today.

Dressed in a cream and navy blue trim cable knit dress by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Kate looked stunning as ever as she took her seat beside her husband of just over one year.

The Duchess - who is well known for recycling outfits, something which is said to please the Queen - previously debuted the dress during her tour of Canada with William last year.

This time she teamed up the designer outfit with a pair of summery navy blue suede courts from one of her favourite clothing stores, LK Bennett.

All eyes were on the couple as they took their seats in Centre Court's Royal Box, to watch six-time champion Roger Federer's quarter final match against Russian Mikhail Youzhny.

Sitting in the front row, the couple chatted to Philip Brook, the chairman of the All England Club, and his wife Gill. Also in the front row were tennis couple Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf.

Later on the Royals will also watch as Scottish tennis star Andy Murray will play Spain's David Ferrer.

This is the first time tennis lovers Kate and Wills have been spotted at Wimbledon this year. Last year the couple caused excitement when they turned up to watch Andy Murray play Frenchman Richard Gasquet at the Grand Slam event.

Kate turned heads in a beautiful white/cream dress, while she and her husband delighted crowds when they joined in with a Mexican wave as they watched Andy Murray beat Richard Gasquet.

Kate’s family are all big tennis lovers and so far this year her sister Pippa and brother James have been snapped attending a match together, as have her mother Carole and father Michael.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall also visited Wimbledon last week, in what was the Prince’s first visit since 1970.

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