Kim Sears made her Wimbledon debut as a married woman on Tuesday. The 27-year-old showed off her effortless style in Wimbledon whites as she cheered on her husband Andy Murray on the centre court.
While temperatures on court reached a sweltering 41 degrees, Kim kept her cool in a chic white Zara mini dress which she teamed with tan Topshop sandals and a covetable Aspinal handbag. The newlywed appeared to be enjoying her day out at the tennis tournament, smiling as she watched her husband defeat Kazakhstan's Mikhail Kukushkin to get through to the second round.
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Kim Sears supported Andy Murray at Wimbledon
The former Wimbledon champion will compete against Robin Haase in the second round of the tournament on Thursday, and Kim will surely be hoping to act as his good luck charm in the crowd.
Andy recently said that his happy personal life with Kim has improved his game, telling Sky Sports: "A lot of people have told me there's the sort of 'honeymoon period', and it gets harder after that.
Kim and Andy married in April
"But we've been together a very long time. Obviously getting married was the next step for us, and the tennis has gone well. I've always said that when the personal life and your private life is under control, and you're happy, that helps your performances on the court."
Kim and Andy tied the knot in Scotland's wedding of the year in April, feted by 3,000 well-wishers who lined the streets of his native Dunblane to see the happy couple. Andy wore a traditional kilt and couldn't look happier as he left the cathedral with his new bride, who was stunning in a fairytale Jenny Packham gown.
Andy's mum Judy was spotted with Caroline Wozniaki serving up coffee to tennis fans in the Wimbledon queue
Kim is Andy's most ardent supporter, travelling the world to support her husband in his major competitions, and was most recently seen in the crowd at the Aegon Championships in June. She is set to be a regular fixture in SW19 over the next two weeks as Andy strives to repeat his Wimbledon success from 2013.
Other famous faces who turned up to support Andy in the first round included Tess Daly and her husband Vernon Kay, England football manager Roy Hodgson and Denise Van Outen.
Meanwhile Andy's mum Judy Murray and Caroline Wozniaki were spotted serving coffee to tennis fans in the Wimbledon queue, causing quite a stir.
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