Mother-of-two Lady Sarah is the only daughter of the late Princess Margaret and her former husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones, who passed away in 2017.
The late Queen Elizabeth’s beloved niece was joined by her husband Daniel Chatto, 66, who were both spotted watching from the Royal Box as Iga Swiatek took on Elina Svitolina on Centre Court.
The couple seemed gripped by the action alongside Ian Hewitt, Chairman of the Wimbledon Foundation and Vice Chairman of The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
Lady Sarah Chatto has made a surprise appearance at day 9 of the Wimbledon tournament in London
The 59-year-old was seen alongside her husband Daniel Chatto (left), 66, in the Royal Box
The cousin to King Charles looked casually elegant in a dark brown and white striped-shirt, open at the collar.
Her brunette locks were tied back, while a few stray strands fell loosely across her face.
Stud earrings and minimal make-up were the perfect touch for an elegant day out at Wimbledon.
Her husband Daniel Chatto looked remarkably suave in a navy blue suit and sky blue shirt.
Lady Sarah, late Princess Margaret’s daughter, was also seated next to Ian Hewitt, Chairman of the Wimbledon Foundation
The pair seemed gripped by the action at the Wimbledon quarter finals today
The mother-of-two and cousin to King Charles looked casually elegant in a dark brown and white striped-shirt, open at the collar
Grey metal studs and minimal make-up were the perfect touch for a day out at Wimbledon
And while Lady Sarah was seen out and about on this occasion, she is known for keeping a low profile, and attends only a handful of key events.
Sarah Chatto was born in 1964 — the last royal baby born at a palace rather than a hospital — within weeks of cousins Prince Edward, Lady Helen Windsor and James Ogilvy.
Both her parents passed on their artistic eye to their children as Sarah, now a painter, and her brother David were taken around galleries in their youth.
Sarah went on to complete a foundation course at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, followed by a printed textiles course at Middlesex Polytechnic, paving the way for her training at the Royal Academy Schools.
Her husband Daniel Chatto looked remarkably suave in a navy blue suit and sky blue shirt
The Wimbledon tennis tournament is regarded as the most prestigious, attracting the who’s who of the celebrity world
Working as a painter under the professional name Sarah Armstrong-Jones, she has since exhibited at galleries including The Redfern Gallery in London.
Her wedding to Daniel Chatto in July 1994 was such a short, simple affair that chauffeurs were caught by surprise: the Queen, Prince Philip and Princess Diana waited at the City church of St Stephen’s Walbrook after the service for their cars to come back.
While the Chatto’s are not at the centre of the working royals, they have attended major royal events over the years, including the late Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral last September, Royal Ascot, Trooping the Colour, as well as the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The late Queen was described as a ‘surrogate mother’ to Sarah and her brother, and was particularly close to Lady Sarah, who was thought to remind Her Majesty of her late sister.
One royal insider previously revealed: ‘The Queen adores Sarah and seeks out her company as often as possible. She is her absolute favourite younger Royal.
‘They are hugely at ease in each other’s company. Much giggling can be heard when they are together. They share a sense of loyalty, fun, duty and the ridiculous.’
One acquaintance said: ‘Sarah is very unassuming; shy and almost embarrassed with no grandeur at all. Take royal events — she’ll be on the balcony, but she never pushes herself to the middle or the front, like some’.