Pippa Middleton had that newlywed glow as she stepped out for the third day of Wimbledon. James Mathews’ wife looked pretty in pink as she arrived to the tournament in London on Wednesday, July 5, accompanied by her younger brother James Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister donned a guipure lace midi dress by Self-Portrait, which retails for $615, for the summer outing.


VER GALERÍA Pippa looked pretty in pink wearing a lace dress to the sporting event Photo: Neil Mockford/GC Images

Pippa’s chic frock featured a white twill collar, fluttering sleeves and a black grosgrain band at the waist. The newly minted Mrs. Matthews accessorized her daytime ensemble with a suede clutch bag, dove-grey suede pumps, oversized sunglasses and her dazzling engagement ring, while sweeping her glossy locks up into a face-framing high ponytail. Meanwhile her brother James looked dapper in a blue suit.

VER GALERÍA The tennis fan was joined by her younger brother James Middleton Photo: Neil Mockford/GC Images

The 33-year-old was photographed arriving to the tournament in an open top green Land Rover driven by her sibling. Pippa was all smiles as she entered the venue before she and James, 30, took their seats in the royal box to watch British tennis star Andy Murray. The pair’s outing comes two days after their older sister, Kate Middleton, attended the sporting event’s opening day.

VER GALERÍA The Duchess of Cambridge's siblings cheered on Andy Murray from the royal box Photo: Karwai Tang/WireImage

The Middleton siblings are all fans of tennis. The Duchess, who is the new patron of All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, previously revealed in the BBC documentary, Sue Barker: Our Wimbledon, that her mother Carole has a crush on tennis player Roger Federer and that Wimbledon was a part of her upbringing. She shared, "I have watched Wimbledon, that was very much part of my growing up. It's such a quintessential part of the English summer, and I think it really inspires youngsters, myself, it inspired me, when I was younger to get involved in the game. It hasn't changed either, I think that's what's so wonderful.”

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