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Brand behind Kate Middleton’s custom white Wimbledon dress release off-the-rack version for £1,850

Brand behind Kate Middleton’s custom-made white Wimbledon dress cashes in on the royal support by releasing an off-the-rack version for shoppers – but it’ll cost you £1,850

  • Duchess of Cambridge wore iconic dress to second day of The Championships 
  • Suzannah ‘Flippy Wiggle’ gown ia made from Italian silk crepe and silk habotai
  • Kate accessorised dress with a black Alexander McQueen waisted bow belt
  • Elegant tea-length gown is available to pre-order in sizes 6-16 from British brand

Kate Middleton made sure she donned her Wimbledon whites on day two of The Championships this year – and the iconic custom dress she wore is now available to buy.

The elegant tea-length gown is by British designer Suzannah Crabb, made from Italian silk crepe and lined throughout the bodice and skirt in lightweight silk habotai. 

The ‘Flippy Wiggle’ dress is now available to pre-order on the Suzannah website in sizes 6-16 – but it will set you back a hefty £1,850.

Kate Middleton made sure she donned her Wimbledon whites on day two of The Championships this year - and the iconic custom dress she wore is now available to buy

Kate Middleton made sure she donned her Wimbledon whites on day two of The Championships this year – and the iconic custom dress she wore is now available to buy

There’s also a six-week lead time on the frock, meaning you’d better be quick if you want to snap it up in time for the end of summer. 

The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the button-front dress with a chic black waisted bow belt and a mini raffia bag, both by Alexander McQueen, as well as gold Catherine Zoraida earrings.

The stylish royal wore her long locks in glossy curls around her shoulders and completed the monochrome look with simple black block heel courts by Gianvito Rossi and her trusty RayBan sunglasses.

The black and white colour scheme gave her look a My Fair Lady feel, whilst still in keeping with traditional tennis whites.

The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the button-front dress with a chic black waisted bow belt

The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the button-front dress with a chic black waisted bow belt

The 'Flippy Wiggle' dress is now available to pre-order on the Suzannah London website in sizes 6-16 - but it will set you back a hefty £1,850

The 'Flippy Wiggle' dress is now available to pre-order on the Suzannah London website in sizes 6-16 - but it will set you back a hefty £1,850

The ‘Flippy Wiggle’ dress is now available to pre-order on the Suzannah London website in sizes 6-16 – but it will set you back a hefty £1,850

Tennis fan Kate’s Wimbledon wardrobe rarely fails to impress, and this year was certainly no exception.

On the penultimate day of the tournament, she looked effortlessly glamorous in a bespoke green D&G midi dress, estimated to have cost £2,150, and completed the look with a cream handbag from the same brand.

Kate previously wore the gown in 2016 on a visit to Kelowna, during a royal tour of Canada. 

On the penultimate day of the tournament, Kate looked effortlessly glamorous in a bespoke green D&G midi dress, estimated to have cost £2,150, and completed the look with a cream handbag from the same brand

On the penultimate day of the tournament, Kate looked effortlessly glamorous in a bespoke green D&G midi dress, estimated to have cost £2,150, and completed the look with a cream handbag from the same brand

Kate donned a chic baby blue textured £1,210 Emilia Wickstead gown with elegant capped sleeves for the final day of Wimbledon

Kate donned a chic baby blue textured £1,210 Emilia Wickstead gown with elegant capped sleeves for the final day of Wimbledon

To watch this year’s Men’s Singles Final, she donned a chic baby blue textured £1,210 Emilia Wickstead gown.

It featured elegant capped sleeves, a square neckline and flared skirt, which she teamed with nude pointed heels.

The Duchess also proudly wore her green and purple bow brooch for every appearance, which is a nod to her patronage of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. 

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