Wimbledon's leading lady Kim Sears flies the British flag for Andy Murray's grand finale

by hellofashion.com /

Kim Sears was queen of Centre Court when she watched long-term boyfriend Andy Murray make history at the Wimbledon final on Sunday.

The tennis tournament’s leading lady showed she was proud to be British, opting to wear none other than fashion designer Victoria Beckham to watch her partner become the first British man to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936.

Kim, 25, was stunning in a mint green Victoria by Victoria Beckham dress which came to just above the knee.



The long-sleeved, laser-cut number is reportedly worth £925 and has already sold out in shops.

The Sussex-born beauty accessorised with a pair of nude Mulberry tote and beige woven platform sandals and a matching Mulberry bag.

To celebrate Andy's incredible victory, Kim, who has been with the tennis superstar for seven years, joined her 26-year-old boyfriend at the Wimbledon Championships 2013 Winners Ball at the InterContinental Park Lane Hotel in London.

She continued her winning streak in the style stakes at the glamorous dinner in a Burberry Prorsum design.


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Flying the flag for British fashion for the second time in one day, Kim smiled proudly in the black full-length gown complete with plunging v-neckline and intricate beadwork, by Burberry.

The artist finished the look with a simple black box clutch and her perfectly-styled locks, which have already had her named as the Wimbledon WAG with the best hair.

Kim, who is currently painting portraits of pets for wealthy clients around London and trying to kick-start her acting career, won the title from hair care brand Fabriah.com, who asked 720 women to select the tennis WAG whose hair they most admired.

Stylish Kim walked away with over a fifth of the vote, with respondents saying they loved her casual yet well-groomed look.

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