Celebrities galore at the Wimbledon final
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be joined by Prime Minister David Cameron, Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Hollywood stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Bradley Cooper in the Royal Box as Andy Murray aims for a second Wimbledon title
London: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be joined by Prime Minister David Cameron, Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Hollywood stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Bradley Cooper in the Royal Box as Andy Murray aims for a second Wimbledon title.
Andy's mother Judy Murray
The Duchess was a guest at the All England Club earlier in the week when she revealed that Prince George already has a tennis racket and has taken a shine to the sport.
Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, watch the Wimbledon final from the royal box yesterday. Pics/AFP
It will be William's first visit of this year, and the couple will be hoping Murray can land his third grand slam.
Tennis ace Boris Becker and his model wife Lilly soak in the action
It will be a royal reunion on Centre Court as the Duke of Kent — who presents the men's singles trophy — will be joined by Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor, Princess Alexandra and Lady Annabel Goldsmith, then the Duchess of Gloucester and Lady Mary Keen.
Kim Sears cheers husband Andy Murray during the final against Milos Raonic. Murray's physiotherapist Shane Annun is next to Kim
London mayor Sadiq Khan will also be in the Royal Box, as will actor Hugh Grant.
Legendary singer Sir Cliff Richard talks with a guest
And a host of former tennis stars who graced the court itself will take up seats to watch Murray take on Canadian Milos Raonic, including three-time champion Boris Becker, five-time winner Bjorn Borg and Stefan Edberg, along with Chris Evert and Roy Emerson.
British actor Hugh Grant
After a week of blue skies and warm weather, the start to the final day of Wimbledon was blighted by light rain.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
British Prime Minister David Cameron (left) with his mother Mary