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Game, set, fash: All the glorious photographic evidence to prove the royal family's Wimbledon outfits are the pinnacle of summer fashion

Knockout ensemble after knockout ensemble.

By Jess Pullar
The royal family and the Wimbledon Championships go together like coffee and croissants - a match made in heaven.
No pun intended there, but in all seriousness, there is so much to get excited about when the annual tennis tournament rolls around each year.
Firstly, the top notch tennis provides peak viewing pleasure. Secondly, a good old fashioned gander at Rafael Nadal's guns never goes amiss. And thirdly? Well, a right royal watching spectacle, that's what.
We don't use the phrase lightly.
The royals have been affiliated with the elite tournament for decades, with the to-be King George V and Queen Mary making the first royal appearance on the Wimbledon greens back in 1907.
Yep, this two-week extravaganza is a royal tale as old as time, not to mention a quintessential part of the English summer - Pimm's anyone?
With this in mind, it's no wonder the tournament has brought about some of our favourite fashion moments in royal history.
Kate's yellow Dolce & Gabbana dress is a key exhibit in her style Hall of Fame (the one that exists in our minds, at least...), and who could forget Princess Diana's pale pink perfection in 1993?
To honour the royal fashion display that is Wimbledon, we decided to take a look back at the best style moments from over the years.
And while 2020's tournament isn't going ahead at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at least we've still got these glorious get-ups to gaze fondly at until next year.

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