Get ready for a double duchess sighting this weekend, because Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle are making a joint appearance at the women's tennis finals at Wimbledon on Saturday, July 13.
Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge will sit side by side in the royal box at Centre Court for the end of the women's singles tournament, starting at 9 a.m. EST.
Markle's good friend Serena Williams (who helped plan the duchess's New York City baby shower...NBD) will take on Romania's Simona Halep for the tourney-winning match. If Williams clinches the win, it will be the superstar athlete's eighth Wimbledon title and first Grand Slam since January 2017.
The duchesses are recreating their famous appearance at last year's tennis tournament, when the two sat front-and-center in the royal box to watch Angelique Kerber versus Williams. Markle wore a Ralph Lauren striped button-down, Ralph Lauren white wide-leg trousers and white Maison Michel "Virginie" hat, while Middleton donned a Jenny Packham black-and-white polka-dot dress.
Both Kate and Meghan have attended this year's Wimbledon on separate solo occasions. Middleton stepped out on day two of the tennis tournament in a white Suzannah dress and Alexander McQueen bow belt on July 2, while Markle spent her Fourth of July cheering on Williams with college friends Lindsay Roth and Genevieve Hillis in white Madewell hat, Outland jeans, a black tee, a white pinstripe blazer and a gold "A" initial necklace, in honor of baby Archie.
On Sunday, July 14, Middleton is expected to return to the tournament alongside Prince William for the men's singles finals.
Three royals sightings in two days? This weekend is already an ace.