Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer Wimbledon final 2014: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, David and Victoria Beckham, Samuel L Jackson and Bradley Cooper all watch epic final
The stars are out in force for the men's final at SW19
Sunday 06 July 2014
The sun may not have come out for the Wimbledon men's final today, but the stars certainly have.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in attendance for the final, between the two juggernauts of the game - Roger Federer v Novak Djokovic.
The couple are joined in the Royal Box alongside David and Victoria Beckham, Olympian Sir Chris Hoy plus Hollywood actors Bradley Cooper, Samuel L Jackson, Sean Connery, Thor star Chris Hemsworth and Wolverine himself, Hugh Jackson, who was sporting a dramatic new look.
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It was the second time David Beckham had watched this year's Wimbledon from the Royal Box, he had also been in attendance last Saturday.
To see all of the famous faces at the final, click through the gallery bellow...
Federer is playing in his 25th Grand Slam final and will attempt to become the first man to claim eight Wimbledon titles. Djokovic is seeking his second All England Club crown.
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