Kate Middleton dazzles in blue dress as she arrives at Wimbledon alongside Prince William

The couple made their opening appearance at this year's Championships

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The Duke and Duchess arrived at Wimbledon as they prepare to spectate the quarter-finals of the Championships.

Kate waved as she crossed the bridge from the Millennium Building into Centre Court after arriving at SW19 via the players' entrance.

The Duchess of Cambridge smiles after taking her seat at Centre Court.
The Duchess of Cambridge smiles after taking her seat at Centre Court.

A packed schedule of tennis awaits the couple as the last remaining Brit hope, Cameron Norrie, prepares to take on David Goffin as he bids to reach his first ever Grand Slam semi-final.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make their maiden appearance at this year's Championships.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make their maiden appearance at this year's Championships.

Novak Djokovic is also in action on Centre Court against 20-year-old Italian, Jannik Sinner.

Kate arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in a blue polka dot dress as she embraces the summery conditions in South London.

The Duchess of Cambridge also donned a white handbag while sporting a pair of heels.

The couple are making their first appearance at Wimbledon this year, and were joined by Chairman of the All England Club Ian Hewitt as they took their seats in the Royal Box.

William and Kate had a brief exchange with David Walliams before taking to their seats.

It remains unclear as to how long the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will spend watching the tennis today, with Brit hopeful Cameron Norrie's clash taking place on Court One.

Members of Kate's family have made appearances at Wimbledon this year including her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, and her brother, James Middleton.