Carole Middleton's floral print jumpsuit at Wimbledon suggests that style is inherited, as the fashion-forward mum-of-three stands out from the crowd at the annual tennis competition.
- Carole Middleton's floral print jumpsuit is by Boden, a brand also loved by Kate Middleton.
- She wore it to Wimbledon, which she attends annually, alongside her husband Michael Middleton.
- In other royal news, Fans praise Mike and Zara Tindall's 'adorable' display at Wimbledon as loved-up couple pack on the PDA.
Carole Middleton's floral print jumpsuit proves that the Duchess of Cambridge's mother made quick work of choosing what to wear for Wimbledon 2022. There's no denying Carole looked marvelous in her vibrant pink look for the first day of Royal Ascot 2022. This time, however, instead of borrowing one of Kate Middleton's dresses - Carole Middleton chose to stand out in this all-in-one from Boden.
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Royal watchers have previously commented that young Carole Middleton is the spitting image of Duchess Kate, and it appears that the way that they match their outfits with their partners is also similar. After all, it's previously been suggested that Carole Middleton’s eye for ‘perfection’ prepared Kate Middleton for her royal role.
Ascot saw Kate Middleton and Prince William subtly coordinate outfits and Carole and Michael also wore complimentary colors. Despite the tennis-mad Duchess not appearing in the Wimbledon Royal Box as of yet, if Prince William accompanies her - they'll likely coordinate too.
The Middletons looked very serious while enjoying day three of the tennis event, which sadly saw the UK's Emma Raducanu knocked out of the competition. Emma, who Kate took to the court with for a game of tennis after her US Open win, lost to Australian tennis star Caroline Garcia.
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