Here's Who Kate Middleton Publicly Blew A Kiss To

Kate Middleton and Prince William were spotted at the Wimbledon tennis match supporting British player Cameron Norrie, where Kate showed a moment of sweet affection to a very special pair. People reported that this was Kate's first Wimbledon outing of the year. A British announcer commented on Kate's love for tennis, stating, "she's here at Wimbledon pretty much every year, isn't she? She loves watching all of the matches on Center Court" (via Today).

According to the Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge play their fair share of tennis matches; they even built a full-sized court at their country home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk. The royal couple has three children together, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. While the children were not in attendance at the Wimbledon match, Kate was spotted at the Hurlingham Club in London earlier this spring, playing tennis with her three young ones, per Hello. Clearly, Kate hopes her children inherit her love of tennis.

This couple is super special to Kate Middleton

During the 2022 Wimbledon match between Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner, Kate and William sat in the royal box in court 1, where Kate spotted another very important couple just to her left. According to Today, she blew a loving kiss, smiled, and mouthed "Hi" to her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton. As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took their seats for the tennis match, a bystander captured the precious moment between parents and daughter, posting the touching moment on Instagram

Kate is the oldest of three children, and it has been reported that their family has always been close and very loving, as noted by Town & Country.

Kate seems to really enjoy her parents' company, especially during a tennis match. In 2021, Kate and her father were seen laughing and doing the wave during the final tournament match at Wimbledon (via People).

Kate Middleton's also paid tribute to Princess Diana

Kate Middleton recently showed her love not only to her parents, but to her late mother-in-law as well. The gorgeous blue and white polka dot dress she wore to the Wimbledon match is an Alessandra Rich design, one of Kate's favorite designers as of recently, per Town & Country. The designer credits Princess Diana as a major inspiration for the brand, telling Tatler in a 2020 interview that she is "drawn to history's polite rebels, such as Princess Diana, and I want to embody that spirit in the Alessandra Rich woman." 

Kate looked stunning in the polka dot number, perfectly accessorized with a pair of Alessandra Rich pumps and a white Mulberry bag. 

This is the second time we've seen Kate in the outfit; the duchess first appeared in the Alessandra Rich dress during the Platinum Jubilee celebration and tweeted a stunning photo from the event where she and Prince William are all smiles.