Who's in the Royal Box at Wimbledon today? Hugh Grant, Leona Lewis and more

They've got the best seats in the house

The Royal Box has the best seats in the house when it comes to watching the action live at Wimbledon. The coveted places are usually reserved for the likes of Prince William and Kate, who is patron of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and other members of the royal family. To secure an invitation to one of the 74 seats available, you have to be invited by the Chairman of the All England Club. Guests usually include heads of government, people from the world of tennis, commercial partners, British armed forces, prominent media organisations, supporters of British tennis and more. Let's take a look at who's donned their prettiest dresses and finest jackets and ties for day eleven of Wimbledon…

Day 11 of Wimbledon

David Beckham

David Beckham went back to Wimbledon on Friday, this time without his mum. The former footballer looked delighted to be in the royal box once again.

Hugh Grant

The Notting Hill actor makes a regular appearance at Wimbledon every year and is usually joined by his wife Anna Eberstein. Hugh looked handsome in a navy suit, while the Swedish TV producer showed off her legs in a black miniskirt and white top.

Jude Law

Newlyweds Jude Law and his wife Philippa looked very loved-up during their Wimbledon outing. The Alfie star was pictured cosying up to his other half, who he married just two months ago.

Leona Lewis

The Bleeding Love singer and her fiancé Dennis Jauch, who have been together for nine years, made a dapper appearance. Leona looked effortlessly cool in a striped co-ord.

Michael McIntyre

Michael McIntyre and his wife Kitty were also spotted in the Royal Box, seated alongside Hugh Grant and Jude Law.

David Attenborough

The natural historian, who brought a pair of binoculars with him to the match, was spotted chatting to former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash.

Sir Alex Ferguson

The former Manchester United manager headed to Wimbledon with his daughter-in-law Fiona, who was dressed in a yellow summer dress. 

Day 10 of Wimbledon

David Beckham

The retired footballer brought his mum Sandra to day ten of Wimbledon, both enjoying their seats in the Royal Box. David was in good company, chatting away to Richard Branson and his daughter Holly and The Crown actress Claire Foy.

Claire Foy

Best known for playing the Queen in The Crown, Claire was the epitome of an English Rose in a floaty white summer dress. She amped up her look with a pair of clear-framed sunnies and styled her hair into loose waves.

Maggie Smith

National treasure Dame Maggie Smith was treated to a spot in the Royal Box.

Princess Michael of Kent

The British royal was seated alongside Wimbledon chairman Philip Brook.

Cliff Richard

The 78-year-old pop star was hard to miss in his eye-catching, paisley-patterned jacket.

John Major

Former British Prime Minister John Major and his wife Norma enjoyed a day out at Wimbledon.

Day 9 of Wimbledon

The Countess of Wessex and Prince Albert of Monaco

The Countess of Wessex made a glamorous appearance on day nine of Wimbledon on Wednesday, rubbing shoulders with guest of honour Prince Albert of Monaco. Sophie led the style stakes in a bright blue dress that featured a floral pattern.

The Duchess of Cornwall

Prince Charles' wife Camilla had pride of place in the Royal Box, wearing her Wimbledon whites. The Duchess was spotted chatting to Elaine Paige.

Carole Middleton

The Duchess of Cambridge's mother Carole looked utterly gorgeous in a green dress, arriving with her husband Michael.


The model turned heads in her vibrant fuchsia jacket and wide-legged trousers combo.

The Duke of Kent

Wimbledon chairman Philip Brook, who is in charge of dishing out the Royal Box invites, was seated alongside the Queen's cousin, the Duke of Kent, who is president of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

Lady Helen Taylor

The Duke's daughter Lady Helen also put in a glamorous appearance.

Anna Wintour

We can't stop looking at Anna's gorgeous summer dress. Perfect for Wimbledon and any other summer occasion for that matter!

Sir Michael Parkinson

The veteran TV star and broadcaster was accompanied by his wife Mary.

Shirley Bassey

The Goldfinger singer, 82, was also spotted in the stands.

Day 8 of Wimbledon

Judy Murray

Andy Murray's mother Judy is always spotted on the Wimbledon circuit, sometimes even in the queue handing out coffee to spectators! The tennis coach looked lovely on day eight of the tournament, wearing a floral frock and pearl earrings.

Ruth Wilson

Ruth Wilson rocked a monochrome striped number by Hellessy, adding a pop of colour to her dress with a bright red belt. The Luther actress, 37, completed her Wimbledon look with bold red lippy and a pair of burgundy shades.

Richard E. Grant

English actor Richard E. Grant, who is a big fan of Wimbledon, was joined by his wife Joan Washington on their tennis outing.

Phil Neville

Former footballer Phil Neville, who went to Wimbledon with his wife Julie, looked excited to take in the action, seated alongside footballer Karen Carney.

Dame Kelly Holmes

Retired athlete Kelly Holmes, who was dressed to the nines in a blue and yellow frock, was in high spirits at the event.

Denise Lewis

The mother-of-four enjoyed a day off parenting duties as she left her seven-month-old baby boy at home to attend Wimbledon.

Jill Scott

The 32-year-old footballer went for stripes, wearing a navy and white shirt dress.

Day 7 of Wimbledon

Pippa Middleton and James Middleton

Kate's younger siblings Pippa and James are regular fixtures at Wimbledon and have been since their childhood days when they used to line up for day tickets. But the Duchess can now invite her tennis-mad siblings to sit in the Royal Box. On Monday, Pippa looked gorgeous in a blush pink dress by royally-loved designer Stella McCartney. The £725 mini dress featured gold detailing at the neck. Pippa added tan high heels to her look and a hat, which she removed once seated in the Royal Box. The mother-of-one also carried a half-moon raffia bag by J. Crew.

MORE: Ant McPartlin and girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett make loved-up appearance at Wimbledon

Anna Wintour

Fashion legend Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of US Vogue, looked summer ready in a pale pleated frock. She accessorised with her trademark black sunnies and a hint of a smile.

MORE: Why Prince Charles always wears the same flower to his children's christenings

The Duke of Kent

A regular at Wimbledon, the Queen's cousin the Duke of Kent always takes pride of place in the Royal Box. The 83-year-old is president of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, meaning he is given the honour of presenting the trophies to the Wimbledon champion and runner-up.

Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose

English professional golfers Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose were pictured catching up as they took their seats in the Royal Box.

Francesco Molinari and Sergio Garcia

Tommy's Ryder Cup 2018 partner Francesco Molinari was also spotted in the Royal Box. The 36-year-old Italian golfer was sat alongside Sergio Garcia, his fellow pro golfer from Spain. Sergio was joined by his stunning wife Angela.

Jack Nicklaus

Nicknamed The Golden Bear, retired golfer Jack Nicklaus is widely declared as the greatest golfer of all time. During a span of more than 25 years, he won a record 18 major championships, three ahead of Tiger Woods.

Matthew Pinsent

English rower and broadcaster Matthew Pinsent was spotted in the Royal Box with his wife Demetra Koutsoukos, CEO of makeup brand Charlotte Tilbury Ltd. The couple share three children together: twin boys Jonah and Lucas and a daughter, Eve.

You're on HELLO!'s global site. Click to return to HELLO! India Go back