The Wimbledon finals are very exciting and all, but one thing that always adds a little extra sparkle to Centre Court is the guaranteed presense of plenty of celebs.
And this year's finals haven't let us down on that front, as Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton brought the royal touch to the Women's Singles Final yesterday (July 14) when they watched Angelique Kerber beat favourite – and Meghan's close friend – Serena Williams.
Today's Men's Singles Final between Kevin Anderson and Novak Djokovic ended up being a bit of an Avengers reunion, with Doctor Strange, Spider-Man and Loki all cheering the tennis stars on from the stands.
Or rather, that's Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Holland and Tom Hiddleston – with the latter apparently getting a much better seat than his Marvel cast mates:
- #neversettle (@Drew_B_H_) July 15, 2018
Much to fans' delight, Benedict also brought his good friend Eddie Redmayne along as a guest:
- déia (@partygirlu2) July 15, 2018
Tom Holland brought his dad Dom along to enjoy the game, but they were clearly somewhat distracted by the arrival of Beauty and the Beast stars Emma Watson and Luke Wilson in the row in front.
Dom: OH MY GOD ITS EMMA WATSON ILY SO MUCH
Tom: *ok I gotta act cool, I'm just gonna look away like idc. Oh my god it's Emma Watson. Be cool, be cool* pic.twitter.com/YKfvByJh3u
- ᴊᴏᴀɴɴᴀ (@mcuhollnd) July 15, 2018
And it seems they just couldn't resist grabbing a selfie with the pair:
- Tom Holland didn't wanna go (@TomHollandINA) July 15, 2018
The Duchess of Cambridge clearly can't get enough of the tennis this weekend as she was back in the stands again, but this time she brought her husband William along in the Duchess of Sussex's place:
- Royal Circular (@Royal_Circular) July 15, 2018
And some eagle-eyed fans were delighted to see that, despite their Royal titles, the couple are just like the rest of us:
#WimbledonFinal I love that Prince William just asked Kate if she had his glasses in her bag 😂 not just us normal folk who have to put up with our hubbies filling our handbags with their stuff 😜
- Rebecca Fahey-Jones (@rfahey_fahey) July 15, 2018
The match ended with Djokovic claiming the title for the fourth time in his career, after beating Anderson 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 (3).
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