Kim Sears wears Zara to cheer on Andy Murray

Kim Sears looked typically glamorous as she cheered on boyfriend Andy Murray at the U.S. Open on Tuesday.

The 25-year-old wore a £29.99 cobalt blue top from high street retailer Zara paired with their sparkly necklace, also £29.99.

She teamed her savvy purchases with a £329 Ted Baker Baillie bag.


 



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Kim was joined by Andy's mother Judy at the men's singles fourth round match. Judy had opted for a more low-key look and wore denim gilet over a grey jumper.

Kim is known for her love of reasonably priced clothes and is often spotted championing high street brands such as Whistles, Hobbs and Zara.

For the Wimbledon final that saw her boyfriend take home the trophy, however, she wore a £925 mint green Victoria Beckham dress.


 



Her mix of high street and designer brands, coupled with her glossy looks and impeccable appearance, have earned her comparisons to Kate Middleton.

Although Andy and Kim's minds will be on Andy's game, being at the tournament will no doubt trigger a few memories for the pair who first met at a US Open party in 2005.

At the time, Kim was travelling with her father , Nigel, who was head of the women's section of the Lawn Tennis Association in England.

Their romance developed quickly but the couple managed to keep it under wraps as they spent time getting to know each other.

Following Andy's historic Wimbledon victory in July which saw him become the first British man to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936, they jetted off to the Bahamas for some well-earned rest.

Read Andy and Kim's love story

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