James Middleton and his wife Alizee Thevenet look relaxed as they arrive at Wimbledon 


Looking ACE! James Middleton is joined by his wife Alizee Thevenet in a £320 plunging blouse and matching £450 trousers from Australian brand Scanlan Theodore at Wimbledon

  • Duchess’ brother James Middleton and Alizee Thevenet spotted at Wimbledon
  • French financier Alizee donned a plunging blouse with matching trousers 
  • Her ensemble cost £770 from luxury Australian brand Scanlan Theodore

The Duchess of Cambridge‘s younger brother James Middleton cut a dapper figure today as he and his wife Alizee Thevenet attended Wimbledon.  

The couple, who will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary later this summer after tying the knot in France last year, took time out from their renovation project to spend Monday in SW19. 

Alizee looked elegant in a matching £320 blouse and £450 trouser set from luxury Australian brand  Scanlan Theodore, which she paired with £140 white espadrilles from Sezane. 

The couple are the latest of the Middleton clan to be seen at SW19, following outings by Carole and Michael Middleton last week. Kate Middleton is yet to have attended the tennis tournament. 

The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger brother James Middleton cut a dapper figure today as he and his wife Alizee Thevenet attended Wimbledon

The couple, who will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary later this summer after tying the knot in France last year, took time out from their renovation project to spend Monday in SW19

The couple, who will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary later this summer after tying the knot in France last year, took time out from their renovation project to spend Monday in SW19

James put on an equally stylish display to his stunning wife in a double breasted navy suit, which he wore over a blue shirt and navy tie. 

The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother showcased his flair for fashion by adding a pair of suede brown boots and chic aviator sunglasses. 

The outing marks a rare public appearance for James and Alizee, who prefer to keep a low profile. 

The pair are fond of tennis and often come to London to catch some of the games playing out during the competition. 

The pair are fond of tennis and often come to London to catch some of the games playing out during the competition

The pair are fond of tennis and often come to London to catch some of the games playing out during the competition

James and his French financier wife, Alizee are currently restoring a £1.45million Berkshire farmhouse, complete with a smallholding.

The move means that the 35-year-old former boss of Boomf, a company that sold personalised marshmallows, is recasting himself as a gentleman farmer – with a sideline in breeding spaniels.

James, left, has sheep, ducks, goats, hens and beehives as well as dogs. The couple plan to become fully self-sustainable – like the characters in TV’s The Good Life.

Speaking to The Mail on Sunday last month, James said: ‘This morning, I was up at six – vaccinating our flock of Herdwick sheep, which are a wonderful breed from the Lake District but which are known as escape artists! I’m learning as I go.’

While James was smart in a navy suit for the occasion, Alizee opted for a plunging blouse from Australian brand Scanlan Theodore which she paired with matching trousers

While James was smart in a navy suit for the occasion, Alizee opted for a plunging blouse from Australian brand Scanlan Theodore which she paired with matching trousers 

James, who, like his sisters Kate and Pippa went to Marlborough College, set up Boomf in 2013 but it went into administration in 2021.

Last year, he spoke candidly about being diagnosed with clinical depression and said that nature had helped to improve his emotional health.

His new property is in Stanford Dingley, near to the village of Bucklebury, where he grew up and where his parents still live.

It’s also near where Pippa and her husband James Matthews recently bought a rundown petting zoo. Kate is believed to be planning to move into the area too, along with Prince William and their three children.

James said: ‘Living in London, you don’t have community. You don’t get to know the things in life that people care about. 

‘We are so lucky to live in a small village with 100 people and two pubs. Our house dates back to the 16th Century, so when it’s windy it blows through the drawing room. But that’s the charm.’

James and Alizee live with their six dogs, including Inka ‘the naughty one’, and golden retriever Mabel, his only non-spaniel.

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