Pippa and James Middleton hit Wimbledon after Princess Charlotte's christening

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Pippa Middleton and James Middleton enjoyed a day out at Wimbledon on Monday following their niece Princess Charlotte's christening. The siblings of the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, were joined by James' girlfriend Donna Air for their outing at the annual tennis tournament.

Once again Pippa proved her style credentials in a floral Suzannah dress, which she teamed with espadrille wedges and a tan fringed handbag from designer Dee Ocleppo. The 31-year-old was seated separately to her brother, who made a rare public appearance with his girlfriend of two years, Donna Air.

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Pippa Middleton attended Wimbledon on Monday

The couple appeared to be enjoying the tennis as well as each other's company and were seen chatting and laughing together during the match. Actress Donna looked stylish in a striped top and white skirt, while James kept it smart-casual in a blue shirt and trousers which he accessorised with RayBan sunglasses.

Their appearance at Wimbledon came less than 24 hours after Princess Charlotte's christening at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham. Neither Donna nor Pippa's boyfriend Nico Jackson secured an invite for the intimate gathering, which was attended only by close family members and Charlotte's five godparents.

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James Middleton took his girlfriend Donna Air to Wimbledon

Pippa won plaudits from fashion fans around the world on Sunday as she stepped out in a bespoke Emilia Wickstead high necked cream coatdress and a Jane Taylor Millinery hat. The outfit complemented her sister's perfectly, with the stylish siblings stepping out in similar looks for the family occasion.

Not only did the christening mark an important milestone for Princess Charlotte, it was also the first time that Prince William and Kate stepped out together as a family of four with their children.

William and Kate are also set to go to Wimbledon together on Wednesday, where they will watch the quarter-final matches on Centre Court.

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