Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa have been among the famous faces cheering on Andy Murray at Wimbledon this afternoon.
The Scottish wonder is the first British player to make the final of the championships since the 1930s, and is currently facing Roger Federer in London.
In addition to Mrs Prince William, Centre Court is also boasting prime minister David Cameron, footballer David Beckham and popstar-turned-designer Victoria Beckham, and Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson.
A flurry of celebs have been offering their support to Murray today, with Ricky Gervais writing on Twitter: "Good luck to Andy Murray. He's British for another few hours then he'll be Scottish again. #UKpress"
Coldplay wrote "Good luck tomorrow @andy_murray. We'll all be cheering you on.", while Lily Allen quipped "COME ON TIM!". Woops!
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