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Other than the court itself it is the most photographed and filmed part of Wimbledon as the likes of Judy Murray (Andy's mum), Mirka Federer (Roger's wife) and Richard Williams (Serena and Venus's dad), attempt to stifle their emotions as their loved ones compete.
The 29-year-old singer oozed glamour in a white dress featuring a stylish cape design by Suzannah, which she accessorised with cream Christian Louboutin heels and a Burberry handbag to behold the men's singles quarter final match between Roger Federer and Marin Cilic.David Beckham, who watched Murray from the Royal Box on Saturday, was spotted in Federer's box with sons Romeo and Cruz after arriving in his Bentley.Vogue editor Anna Wintour chatted with Federer's mother Lynette, while American Hustle actor Bradley Cooper was also a guest in the Swiss star's courtside box.Wearing a delicate sleeveless shirt dress in navy on the first day of the tournament, Bate too brought along a second layer and showed off her patriotism thanks to its Union Jack print.To Willis' second match, Bates went for a more relaxed look as she paired some navy skinny jeans with a thin, high-neck navy sweater.Federer also has a much-publicised May-December friendship with Anna Wintour.
The kinship with fashion royalty has transformed a laidback Swiss kid in shorts to one of the world's best-groomed people.
Keeping things at least relatively seasonal however - and in-keeping with those on court - most jackets we've seen so far on the sidelines this year have been white or cream.
Gemma Arterton and Rebel Wilson were followed by the Duchess of Cornwall in their choice for a white second layer, with Rebel bucking the trend for a tailored piece in favour of a leather jacket with exposed zips.
She said: "No, I'm not presenting Top Gear, sorry to disappoint." Asked what she thought of Evans' work on the show, she said: "I've been away for six months, I've not seen the presenting." But she backed Andy Murray ahead of his clash with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and said she "absolutely" believes he can get to the final, adding: "I'm really excited about today." Murray fever was mounting among celebrities as well as the public arriving at the All England Club.
But they were equally happy to see the darling of Centre Court, Roger Federer, in quarter-final action against Marin Cilic.
Adventurer and TV presenter Bear Grylls arrived with wife Shara, but laughed off suggestions he might abseil into the Royal Box, saying: "No, no - spectator." Asked about who he was looking forward to seeing, he said: "Always a big Roger fan, always a privilege to come to Wimbledon, favourite day of the two weeks is men's quarter-finals.