Kim Murray kicked off the second week of Wimbledon by once again showing off her sartorial prowess. On Monday the new Mrs Murray – who married tennis ace Andy earlier this year – took inspiration from the Middleton sisters, by wearing one of their favourite designers, Beulah, to the tournament.
Kim, 27, looked gorgeous in a chiffon red and white dress by the London-based brand, coveted by Pippa Middleton and the Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton.
Kim's Aurelia dress, which was stocked for £420 and is already sold out, featured Beulah's signature spring floral print, billowing sleeves and a full skirt that fell just above the knee.
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Kim wore the "Aurelia" dress by Beulah to Wimbledon
The pretty artist completed her summery outfit with a denim jacket, an Aspinal handbag and a pair of Burberry wedges. With her on-trend look and trademark, flawless hair, Kim proved the envy of her fellow onlookers.
She was spotted sitting courtside and cheering on her husband as he played on Centre Court against Croatia's Ivo Karlovic.
It was hard to miss Kim's new wedding band and her mammoth engagement ring, which is rumoured to have cost Andy approximately £200,000.
The former Wimbledon champion proposed to his girlfriend of nine years in November of last year, and the pair married in April 2015 in Andy's hometown of Dunblane.
The summery dress has now sold out and cost £420
In the week leading up to their wedding, Kim was again spotted wearing her favourite Beulah scarf – the iconic, heart-patterned navy item that cost £85.
Duchess Kate, meanwhile, who has long been a fan of the high-end label, was also recently pictured wrapping up with her Beulah shawl.
As she was leaving Kensington Palace to head to her countryside retreat Anmer Hall with Prince William, Prince George and newborn Princess Charlotte in early May, Kate was seen wearing the colourful Brisa scarf, which was priced at £195.
The former Miss Middleton often wears the brand at official engagements, and their chic designs have featured in her maternity wardrobe when she was pregnant with George and Charlotte.