When it comes to Wimbledon, it's not just the incredible tennis that's fun to watch.
Both British and international stars step out to spectate in their chicest summery get-up, so when James Middleton and his wife Alizée Thevenet arrived on Monday, all eyes were on her.
Whilst attending the tennis, Alizée donned a navy blue linen jumpsuit covered in a red rose print.
Featuring a plunging V-neck, puffy sleeves and flared pants, the 32-year-old financial analyst oozed effortless glamour and she even colour coordinated with her husband who looked dapper in a navy double-breasted suit.
Alizée accessorised her look with a pair of white wedged espadrilles, something her sisters-in-law Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton are often seen wearing.
Perhaps the trio are swapping style tips?
The tennis-loving Middleton family tend to attend Wimbledon every year since they're all passionate about the sport.
Since she is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, royal fans can expect to see the Duchess of Cambridge attend this year's Wimbledon tournament.
Last year, she watched Ash Barty win the women's singles final against Karolína Plíšková with her husband Prince William and presented the Australian athlete with the coveted Venus Rosewater Dish.
Catherine also watched the men's singles finals between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berrettini alongside her father, Michael Middleton.
James and Alizée tend to keep away from the public eye and enjoy living a private life with their beloved dogs.
The couple tied the knot last September at the French village of Bormes-les-Mimosas and it was there that Alizée cemented her status as a sustainable fashion icon.
Her off-the-shoulder wedding dress featured a fitted bodice and delicate lacework - in fact it was previously worn by her mother-in-law Carole Middleton on her own big day back in 1980.
"It fitted me perfectly and was exactly what I wanted. It always troubled me that wedding dresses are only worn once so it was amazing to give such a beautiful dress a second lease of life," she told HELLO in 2021.