Princess Charlotte stepped out in style when she made her Wimbledon debut.
The mini royal, 8, joined her parents Kate Middleton and Prince William, along withher big brother, Prince George, for the men’s singles final at the British tennis tournament.
She wore a blue and white floral summer dress, which featured ruffled sleeves and ruching at the waist.
She added white Mary Jane flats and wore her long brown hair down with a braid on either side.
At one point during the match, Charlotte put a pair of peach-framed sunglasses and kicked back with her arms behind her head.
She was all smiles as she cheered on the players, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic, and even waved to fans in the crowd.
George, 9, matched his sister in a blue suit, featuring a navy blazer and a green, white and blue striped tie.
Middleton, 41, who is a patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, stunned in an emerald green dress, which she paired with a beige clutch and towering nude pumps.
The couple’s youngest child, Prince Louis, 5, was noticeably absent from the family outing, however it seems to be tradition for the Wales’ kids to make their Wimbledon debut at age 8.
It was reminiscent of his father William’s first Wimbledon outing in 1991, when he attended the women’s finals alongside his late mother, Princess Diana.
Princess Charlotte makes her Wimbledon debut with mom and dad. Princess Charlotte makes her Wimbledon debut with mom and dad