Jenna Coleman looks radiant in a blue gingham dress as she joins Frank and Christine Lampard and David Beckham for day 12 of Wimbledon
The celebrities were out in force for day 12 of Wimbledon, with the likes of Jenna Coleman, Frank and Christine Lampard and David Beckham seen milling around the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Friday.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic must navigate a clash against the exciting Denis Shapovalov, while Roger Federer’s conqueror Hubert Hurkacz takes on seventh seed Matteo Berrettini in the other last-four clash.
Leading the glamorous crew was Jenna, 35, who looked sensational in a blue checked dress that flared out to calf length and cinched in at her slender waist with a skinny black belt.
Keeping her accessories simple, The Serpent actress slung a small brown bag over her shoulder and donned a pair of sunglasses.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton also put on a stylish display as they arrived at Wimbledon.
Business owner Carole, 66, looked chic in a red sundress, cinched at the waist with a flattering fabric belt, while husband Michael, 72, appeared sharp in a navy suit and polka dot tie.
The couple, who are also parents to Pippa, 37, and James Middleton, 34, were all smiles upon their arrival at SW19.
Stunning: Leading the glamorous crew was Jenna, 35, who looked sensational in a blue checked dress that flared out to calf length and cinched in at her slender waist with a skinny black belt. She was joined by a male friend for the event
Their appearance comes after daughter Kate, 39, was forced into self-isolation last Friday afternoon after coming close to someone who had tested positive for coronavirus. She had spent most of the day at Wimbledon with VIPs including Tim Henman and Joe Wicks.
Carole and Michael regularly attend Wimbledon, and in previous years, the couple have been seen in the most exclusive seating area, the Royal Box, but a spot in the box is not guaranteed; even when your daughter is Kate Middleton.
As for the tennis, Djokovic has barely been tested on his way to a 10th SW19 semi-final but that should change against Denis Shapovalov.
The Canadian is enjoying a breakthrough grand slam, having reached this stage for the first time. He is a junior champion, winning in 2016, and is now making his move in the men’s game.
He is a flamboyant player, who is easy on the eye with a one-handed backhand and great variety. However, the man on the other side of the net just happens to be closing in on a record-equalling 20th grand slam title.
The nature of sport means that very often a massive high is followed up with a flat performance and that will be the test for Hurkacz against Berrettini.
Hurkacz became only the second Pole to make it to the Wimbledon semi-finals when he shocked Centre Court by knocking out Federer in three sets.
It was a memorable afternoon for him given Federer is the reason he started playing tennis. But Berrettini will present just as big a challenge as the eight-time champion.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton (pictured) put on a stylish display as they arrived at Wimbledon today