Sienna Miller commands attention in a sweeping white summer dress as she leads the Centre Court fashion with glamorous Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nicola Coughlan on day seven of Wimbledon

Wimbledon day seven kicked off on Sunday with an array of famous faces at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

And leading the stars at the sporting event was Sienna Miller, 40, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, 39, and Nicola Coughlan, 35. 

Actress Sienna looked the epitome of chic in a white lace strapless dress, while exhibiting her cinched waist with a black belt.



Star-studded event: Wimbledon day seven kicked off on Sunday with an array of famous faces in the crowd at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (L-R: Sienna Miller, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nicola Coughlan)

She elevated her height in a pair of beige heels and accessorised with several pieces of matching gold jewellery.

Sienna opted for a bronzed makeup palette with a pink lip, while scraping her blonde locks back into a bun.  

Meanwhile, Gugu showcased her impeccable style in a satin blue jumpsuit, teamed with a pair of matching heels. 

The actress carried a white bag in one hand and sunglasses in another, while styling her curly brunette tresses in a high bun.


Stylish: Actress Sienna looked the epitome of chic in a white lace strapless dress, while exhibiting her cinched waist with a black belt

Beaming: Sienna opted for a bronzed makeup palette with a pink lip, while scraping her blonde locks back into a bun


Eventful: Team GB’s Heather Watson will be first in the stadium, playing against Germany’s Jule Niemeier – and later world number one Novak Djokovic will take to the hallowed grass against Tim van Rijthoven from the Netherlands

Incredible: Gugu showcased her impeccable style in a satin blue jumpsuit, teamed with a pair of matching heels

Amazing: Nicola put on a summery display in a colourful gingham print midi dress and shiny nude heels

Nicola put on a summery display in a colourful gingham print midi dress and shiny nude heels. 

The Bridgerton star looked radiant as she opted for a bronzed makeup palette which accentuated her natural features. 

A host of famous Tennis stars made their way to the centre court on Sunday, including Andy Murray, Serena Williams and Roger Federer. 

Andy and Roger looked dapper in suits, while Serena looked effortlessly chic in a floral mini dress.   

Wimbledon is currently celebrating the 100th year of the SW19 Center Court with a grand ceremony on Day 7 of the grass-court Grand Slam.


Looking good: Lashana Lynch put on a busty display in a plunging white dress, a blazer and trainers, while Emma Weymouth, the Marchioness of Bath, looked elegant as she arrived at Wimbledon in south west London

Beauty: Emma, who is married to Viscount Weymouth, donned a chic white outfit for her day out at the tennis today


Amazing: The elegant marchioness was dressed perfectly for a day in the hot Summer weather, looking both stylish and comfortable, while Madison Headrick stood out from the crowd in a retro maroon midi dress and strappy heels

Looking good: Sabrina and Isan Elba showcased their sensational style as they stepped out for the sports event


Captive audience: As if on cue, Sir Cliff Richard was on his feet with mic on hand, ready to entertain the Wimbledon guests with an impromptu performance – whether they liked it or not

Main man: Sir Cliff kept the crowds going as they waited for some Centre Court action on day seven of the sporting event

Centre Court is hosting musical celebrations before a full day of tennis on middle Sunday for the first time to celebrate its centenary.

Veteran tennis broadcasters Sue Barker, John McEnroe and Clare Balding will talk through 100 years of history on the court from 1.30pm, before British singer Freya Ridings performs to thousands of spectators.

Team GB’s Heather Watson will be first in the stadium, playing against Germany’s Jule Niemeier – and later world number one Novak Djokovic will take to the hallowed grass against Tim van Rijthoven from the Netherlands.

They will be watched by royal box spectators including Sir Cliff Richard and Brian Cox.

The box had been due to host Harry Potter author JK Rowling, but she pulled out last minute on Sunday morning because her companion, former tennis player Martina Navratilova, had contracted Covid, according to the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC).

Sport stars: A host of famous Tennis stars made their way to the centre court on Sunday, including Andy Murray, Serena Williams (pictured) and Roger Federer


Beaming: Andy Murray and Roger Federer looked dapper as they both donned suits while strolling onto the court and waving at fans

Live: The action on every court will be available to watch, with viewers able to stream the coverage via BBC iPlayer and both the BBC Sport website and app (Cliffard Richard and Twiggy pictured)

A spokesperson said: ‘JK Rowling was going to be a guest of Martina Navratilova’s today, and unfortunately Martina’s agent has confirmed that Martina has Covid and is now unable to attend the royal box.’

Thousands of free tickets have also been given to Ukrainian, Syrian and Afghan refugees, as well as to community groups and schools.

As usual, it’s the BBC who will broadcast the Wimbledon action, with viewers able to watch on BBC One, BBC Two and the BBC Red Button.

The action on every court will be available to watch, with viewers able to stream the coverage via BBC iPlayer and both the BBC Sport website and app.

Additionally, BBC Two will provide daily highlights on their ‘Today at Wimbledon’ show. 

Big day: Veteran tennis broadcasters Sue Barker (pictured), John McEnroe and Clare Balding will talk through 100 years of history on the court from 1.30pm, before British singer Freya Ridings performs to thousands of spectators

Entertainment: Centre Court is hosting musical celebrations before a full day of tennis on middle Sunday for the first time to celebrate its centenar

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