Kate Middleton begins new job as 'Patron of Wimbledon — LOOK

Kate Middleton begins new job as 'Patron of Wimbledon — LOOK”

Except this is no ordinary mum.

The first day of Wimbledon is officially underway, and among those in attendance on opening day is Kate Middleton.

Long, dark and shiny, styled into thick, bouncy curls that occasionally - very fleetingly - put one in mind of a well-bred cocker spaniel.

This week, though, she's chopped her hair to about the collar bone.

Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been with Prince William since they attended St Andrews University.

As for who wore it better? Opt for natural fabrics and crisp shirting - Pixie Geldof in her candy stripe red and white shirt-dress is another excellent example of nailing the dress code - not just for Wimbledon but for any day time event where the dress code is a variation on "garden party".

She has also spoken of her longtime appreciation for the game's greatest players.

The Brit's wife Kim, 29, supported her hubby and is already showing a baby bump.

Dresses worn by the royal usually fly off the shelves in the so-called "Kate effect", said global fashion search engine Lyst.

All weird kneecaps sightings aside, Kate looked lovely as she visited the V&A to open the Exhibition Road Quarter.

When you know what works, you stick to it, we're thinking. So it's nice to see her embracing a more fashionable look.

But it was Kate's glam new hairstyle that had us mentally bookmarking the look for our next hairdresser's appointment. We bet you didn't expect to read that today! And such a success.

They're been comparing Kate, 35, to a whole host of things. Considering their special bond and fun sense of humor, of course. The duchess took over the patronage from Queen Elizabeth II, 91, in December.

Armed police were patrolling the grounds and sniffer dogs searched for explosives. They need something feminine but practical.

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