Take it to the court! Celebrities from all over the globe flock to the U.K. each year to see the annual Wimbledon tennis championships. Duchess Kate, Emma Watson Beyoncé.
The London-based sporting event is famous for its British royal family, which dates back to 1907. King George V Queen MaryThe games were attended by many. The Duchess has been able to attend the matches alone, as she did in July 2021. Prince WilliamSister-in-law Meghan Markle.
Kate’s parents, Carole Middleton Michael MiddletonTogether with her siblings, Pippa Middleton James MiddletonOver the years,, have been seen playing a game.
As the oldest tennis tournament in the world, Wimbledon is steeped in history — including its traditional dessert of strawberries and cream and Pimm’s Cup drinks available throughout the venue. The crowds are always crowded every year due to the high-profile matches, delicious treats, and celebrity sightings.
After taking a year off during the coronavirus epidemic, David Beckham, Eddie Redmayne Pete DavidsonThey were among many stars at the Summer of 2021.
The Saturday Night LiveStar packed on the PDA for girlfriend Phoebe DynevorRedmayne was watching a match while Hannah Bagshawe, his wife, was there.
Kate, for her part was both a spectator as well as a worker in the arena in July 2021. Before sitting in the middle court, she assisted the pastry chef at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club with some strawberry desserts.
Two years ago Claire FoyHe was also spotted at the tournament. Maisie Williams. Hugh GrantAnother Wimbledon favorite is David Beckham, who is well-known for turning the sporting event into an opportunity to go out with his wife. Anna Eberstein.
American stars can be seen in London cheering for the best in the sport, including Serena Williams who has won seven Wimbledon Trophies.
These power couples include Jessica Biel Justin Timberlake as well as Beyoncé and Jay-ZPhotographs of them in the stands have been taken in the past.
Scroll down to find out which A-listers have participated in Wimbledon matches over the years.