Over the weekend we had the thrill of seeing Duchess Catherine rock not one, but two perfect outfits at the Wimbledon Championships. Suffice to say our demand for more Kate-courtside ensembles was officially met.
Indeed, the queen of royal style gave us the dose of tennis-watching-attire we've so long lusted after - especially given the two year gap between Wimbledon appearances.
On Saturday, the Duchess attended the women's singles final where she had the good fortune to witness Ash Barty beat Karolína Plíšková in a three-set extravaganza.
For the whirlwind game, Kate wore a beautiful emerald green dress by Kiwi-born designer Emilia Wickstead.
The stunning midi-length design featured capped short sleeves and a clinched waist.
Kate attended the match alongside husband Prince William, and as the royal patron of the All Tennis Lawn and Racquet Club the Duchess presented Ash the coveted Venus Rosewater Dish.
The Australian royal collision we'd been waiting for!
And there was more fashion where that came from.
On Sunday, the Duchess stepped out again, this time specially flanked by her father Michael Middleton for the men's singles wheelchair final, as well as the mens final.
For the final day of the tournament, Kate went all out in a perfect Belulah London dress in pastel pink.
And if you thought you'd seen this particular dress before, you wouldn't be mistaken.
Kate's Danish royal counterpart Crown Princess Mary wore the exact same style, only Mary's was in a slightly different beige colour.
Given Princess Mary's Australian roots, this marked yet another Australian collision from Wimbledon's finals weekend.
If you're as obsessed with Kate and Mary's style as we are, we decided to round up some of the best affordable match ups like Belulah's chic clinched in midi to shop right now.
Perfect for transeasonal workwear or for a special occasion, the design is timeless. Scroll for our top picks below: