Stars turn out for Wimbledon final

This Is Lancashire: The Beckhams sat next to Samuel L Jackson at Wimbledon The Beckhams sat next to Samuel L Jackson at Wimbledon

Victoria and David Beckham, Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet were among the A-list stars who watched Novak Djokovic win the Wimbledon Men's Singles title.

Orlando Bloom, Kate Beckinsale, Bradley Cooper, Samuel L Jackson, Sir Cliff Richard, Chris Hemsworth, Guy Ritchie and Olly Murs were also on Centre Court to see the Serbian star beat Roger Federer in five sets.

Posh and Becks arrived in a black Range Rover, with the football superstar in the driving seat and smiling as he got out of the vehicle. Victoria was wearing a navy dress with colour block panels across the skirt.

Between games, a camera captured footage of the Spice Girl affectionately putting her hand on her husband's leg.

She tweeted after the match: "So much fun at @Wimbledon today! Congratulations @DjokerNole and @rogerfederer #wimbledon2014 x vb."

X-Men star Hugh was enjoying his second day out at Wimbledon this summer. He said: "I feel very lucky. This is probably in my top five sporting events in the world."

American Hustle star Bradley was joined by his model girlfriend Suki Waterhouse and her father Norman, who is a plastic surgeon.

But there was no sign of his pal Gerard Butler, who joined the actor for the 2013 final. The Hollywood actors - who have been friends since 2010 when they co-presented an award at the Oscars - laughed and joked as they enjoyed the tennis last year , and Bradley even whipped out his phone to snap a selfie of the pair.

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10:36am Mon 7 Jul 14

Rayleigh mum says...

this headline should read 'Slightly well known people who can well afford to buy their own tickets get freebies for a jolly when hard working normal people cannot get one for love nor money'

it gives us the impression that they have queued for hours and paid for their tickets like everyone else
this headline should read 'Slightly well known people who can well afford to buy their own tickets get freebies for a jolly when hard working normal people cannot get one for love nor money' it gives us the impression that they have queued for hours and paid for their tickets like everyone else Rayleigh mum
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