Monday, July 7, 2014

David And Victoria Beckham Joins Other Celebs In The Royal Box To Watch The Men's Finals At Wimbledon

It has been a big weekend for David and Victoria Beckham.

Not only did the couple celebrate a milestone wedding anniversary together, but decided to wrap up their commemorative weekend by watching the men's finals at Wimbledon on Sunday.

Stepping out in the same shade of navy, the fashion forward couple both looked stylishly dressed for the sporting occasion.

David, 39, looked his usual dapper self in a navy double breasted jacket with gold buttons, navy patterned tie and crisp white shirt.

Fashion designer Victoria, 40, looked incredible in a navy and burgundy dress and her long brunette hair pulled back into a pony tail with a side parting.

The sporting event tops off a memorable weekend for the couple, who are estimated to be worth more than £165 million, as they celebrated a milestone anniversary in their partnership.

 The power couple celebrated their 15 year wedding anniversary on Saturday, with Victoria taking to Instagram to share a collection of snaps from their wedding day, captioning the shot: 

'15 beautiful years.We feel so blessed and thank you all for your love and support over the years.Such a special day for us all x vb'.

Joining the Beckhams in the Royal Box was Samuel L Jackson and events organiser Sofia Davis, who looked pleased to see each other as they sat close and chatted throughout the game.

Hugh Jackman, Bradley Cooper and Chris Hemsworth were also in attendance, as well as Sir Cliff Richard, and Larry Ellison - who is the fifth richest man in the world.

They are all there to watch Roger Federer bid for a record eighth Wimbledon title against Novak Djokovic, who is looking to add to his 2011 crown.

Not in the Royal Box but still enjoying the match, which saw Novak Djokovic emerge victorious, was Orlando Bloom and Kate Beckinsale.

The British actors were happily chatting to each other firther up in the stands of Centre Court, as was Guy Richie and his pregnant wife Jacqui Ainsley.

Downton Abbey stars Lily James and Laura Carmichael had also returned to Wimbledon for the final game of the tournament, while Penny Lancaster brought her son Alastair Stewart to the match.

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