Sienna Miller and Oli Green shine in Royal Box at Wimbledon

Sienna Miller and Oli Green shine in Royal Box at Wimbledon
Published 1 weeks ago on Jul 09, 2024

Sienna Miller and Oli Green Shine in Royal Box on Day Nine of Wimbledon.

On Tuesday afternoon, Sienna Miller and her boyfriend Oli Green were the picture of joy and elegance as they led the star-studded arrivals on day nine of the Wimbledon Championships. The British actress, 42, and her 27-year-old partner, who is the father of her second-born daughter, couldn't contain their laughter as they enjoyed the matches courtside.

A Glamorous Entrance

Sienna Miller and Oli Green were among the A-list attendees who graced the Royal Box on Centre Court at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. The couple were in high spirits as they watched No.1 seed Jannik Sinner face off against world No.5 Daniil Medvedev in the men's quarterfinals. Later in the day, the excitement continued with Jasmine Paolini taking on Emma Navarro in the women's quarterfinals, vying for a spot in Saturday's final.

The couple made a stylish entrance at the iconic west London venue, walking arm-in-arm beneath a branded umbrella. Sienna, who is known for her annual appearances at Wimbledon, looked chic in a neutral polka dot co-ord that highlighted her midriff. The mother of two, who welcomed her second child in January, paired the stylish two-piece with strappy heels and a white bag. Her signature blonde locks were styled in a cool updo, and she opted for soft glam makeup to enhance her natural beauty.

Stylish Companions

Oli Green complemented Sienna’s elegant look with a dapper appearance of his own. The actor sported a sharp dark grey suit, complete with a white shirt and black tie, looking every bit the sophisticated companion.

Adding to the glamour of the day, Myleene Klass, 46, stunned in a long white lace dress with statement shoulders. She paired her ethereal outfit with chunky black heels and sunglasses, adding a pop of color with bold red lipstick. The TV and radio personality kept her accessories minimal, letting her brunette locks flow in loose waves.

Meanwhile, Olivia Attwood brought a preppy vibe to the event, arriving in a navy pleated dress with black pumps and a jumper casually draped around her shoulders. The TV presenter, 33, accessorized her summery outfit with a trendy Ralph Lauren cap and a small grey Hermes Birkin bag. She was joined by her footballer husband Bradley Dack, 30, who sported a new platinum hairdo and dark brown beard.

Other Notable Attendees

The star-studded audience also included Strictly Come Dancing star Nikita Kuzmin and Lauren Jaine, who were among the guests at the Rosewater Pavilion, courtesy of Wimbledon’s Official Banking Partner, Barclays.

Djokovic’s Dramatic Night

The previous evening, Novak Djokovic had caused a stir on Centre Court, turning his on-court interview into a pointed address to the crowd. Following his straight-sets win, the seven-time champion grabbed the microphone and expressed his frustration over what he perceived as boos directed at him. Despite the crowd seemingly cheering "Ruuuuuuune" for his opponent, Djokovic insisted they were also booing him.

“To all the fans that have had respect and stayed here tonight, I thank you from the bottom of my heart and I appreciate it,” Djokovic began. “And to all those people that have chosen to disrespect the player—in this case me—have a goooooooood night.”

BBC interviewer Rishi Persad attempted to defuse the situation, suggesting the crowd was merely cheering for Holger Rune, but Djokovic was not convinced. “They were. They were [disrespecting me],” he insisted. “I am not accepting it. No no no. I know they were cheering for Rune but that’s an excuse to also boo.”

Djokovic, who has a history of contentious interactions with crowds, maintained his stance, saying, “I focus on the respectful people that pay for the ticket, and love tennis and appreciate the players. I played in much more hostile environments, trust me—you guys can't touch me.”

Rune himself commented on the situation, stating, “I mean, if you don’t know what was happening, probably it sounded like boo. But if we all know what happened, it was my name.”

Despite the off-court drama, Djokovic delivered his best performance of the Championships, winning 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. Rune, struggling from the outset, never fully recovered after losing the first 12 points of the match. In his post-match press conference, Djokovic stood by his comments and actions.

“When I feel a crowd is stepping over the line, I react,” he said. “I don’t regret my words or actions on the court.”

He later tweeted a photo from the match, captioned, “Sliding into quarters. Goooooooooooood night.”

The ninth day of Wimbledon was marked by the glamour and joy of stars like Sienna Miller and Oli Green, who lit up the Royal Box with their presence. As the Championships continue, the mix of high-stakes tennis and celebrity appearances ensures that Wimbledon remains one of the most anticipated events of the summer.


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