The Wimbledon finale provided something very rare this Sunday; we saw Hollywood A-listers, Royals, and Sports Legends all attending the same event.
The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, joined Prince William and their two children, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte, at SW19, where they were seated in the best seats in the house. King Felipe of Spain was also among the numerous other royals that attended.
Lord Frederick Windsor, the second cousin of King Charles, visited Wimbledon on the opening day of the competition and returned for the men’s final today. Prince and Princess Michael of Kent were also in the Royal Box on this particular day.
Ilana Kloss, a former professional tennis player who was born in South Africa and formerly had the world number one doubles ranking, as well as Billie Jean King, a former American number one tennis player who amassed a total of 39 grand slam victories during her career, were both in attendance.
James Norton, who has been in the British television shows Happy Valley, Grantchester, and War & Peace, and Imogen Poots, who was a part of the Academy Award-winning film The Father, were among the actors in attendance.
Rachel Weisz, who has appeared in films such as The Mummy and The Lovely Bones, was also present with her husband, famed actor Daniel Craig. Craig has starred as James Bond in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre, and No Time To Die.
Tim Davie, the current and seventieth director general of the BBC, attended the Wimbledon championship as well. The Lawn Tennis Association’s chairman, Lord Mervyn Davies of Abersoch, Wales, and his wife, Jeanne Marie Gammie, were also there at the event.
Other actors and celebrities in attendance included Andrew Garfield, Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton, Stormzy, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Watson, Brad Pitt, Guy Ritchie, Ariana Grande, Sir Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman, Nick Jonas, and Lily James.