Kim Sears may be just days away from her nuptials to Andy Murray, but she looked carefree and relaxed while she supported her fiancé at the Miami Open on Tuesday. The bride-to-be sat in the crowd and cheered on the tennis player as he stormed his way to victory and scored the 500th win of his career.
Andy's dedicated fiancée often travels the world to support her long-term love, and Tuesday was no exception despite her wedding reportedly being less than two weeks away. The 27-year-old looked stylish in the heat wearing a straw sun hat and shades, as well as the stunning engagement ring she received when Andy popped the question in November.
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Kim Sears cheered Andy Murray on to victory at the Miami Open
With Andy making it through to the quarter finals of the competition, he will no doubt be hoping to continue his winning streak before returning home to his native Scotland ahead of his impending nuptials.
According to The Stirling Observer, the couple's wedding will take place on Saturday 11 April at Dunblane Cathedral, allowing members of the public to enjoy their special day with them.
The cathedral has the capacity for 300 guests and features a bell tower dating back to the 11th century. On Andy and Kim's big day, members of the public are expected to line the streets outside the cathedral to congratulate the happy couple.
Andy Murray was presented with a cake after scoring the 500th win of his career
While Reverend Colin Renwick, the cathedral's minister, was not able to confirm the location of the pair's wedding, he said the local sportsman's day would no doubt be honoured by his fans.
"Wherever the wedding will be, there is excitement because there is a great deal of affection for Andy in Dunblane and a great deal of pride in him," he told the Daily Mail. "I think people are genuinely very pleased for him."
Former Wimbledon champion Andy previously revealed that he will have three best men; his older brother Jamie and friends Ross Hutchins and Carlos Mier, while Kim will have four bridesmaids for her big day.
The couple announced their engagement in November after nine years together.