A Kate Middleton Moment at Wimbledon Is Going Viral Several Months Later


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The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, 41, is no stranger to going viral on social media, thanks to all of her stylish fashion looks, chic hairstyles and stunning portraits.

And now, a moment from several months ago is making headlines, thanks to a video resurfacing on social media. The royal mother of three made several surprise appearances at Wimbledon this summer. But, it wasn’t just her green ensembles that stole the show.

On Friday, October 20, a royal admirer with the username @the_blazing_royals posted a video of Princess Catherine on TikTok, which documented her arrival at one of the tennis matches. In the video, Middleton enters the stadium and walks toward her seat. Her presence garners a round of applause and a standing ovation from other people sitting in the audience. (Talk about star power.)

That video quickly went viral on the app, with over 290,000 views and gaining approximately 12K likes and 271 comments (and counting). Fans flooded the comments section with praise and admiring remarks. One person wrote, “Wow, beautiful Princess Catherine.” Another commented, “And she really earned the respect, luv her [pink heart emojis].”

It appears that the video was recorded on the second day of the tennis championships. For the occasion, Middleton wore a Balmain mint green and white blazer with a white pleated skirt. This fabulous ensemble bears great resemblance to a piece worn by her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. In September 1990, the People’s Princess rocked a similar blazer while watching the Battle of Britain Anni.

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Kate truly knows how to make an entrance.

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