The tennis star, 31, and his wife Kim Sears, also 31, appeared to be in high spirits as they watched on from the stands. She could be seen looking stylish in a bold full-length dress with bright floral patterns. She wrapped up warm in a chic mauve jacket and wore her caramel tresses sleek waves coiffed into a loose down ‘do. Andy Murray, meanwhile, put on a dapper display in a sharp grey coat with double-breasted fastenings over a pale blue shirt.
He paired the look with grey trousers as the couple were pictured taking in the atmosphere at the Cheltenham Festival 2019.
Andy and Kim were snapped gesturing wildly and smiling together, with the mother-of-two throwing her arms in the air in delight as the runners approached the finish line.
One shot showed Andy beaming at his wife as she chatted happily to him.
Another saw them appearing to high five, possibly celebrating a runner’s success.
The three-time Grand Slam champion looked dressed to impress as, for the first time ever, both men and women are eligible to enter into the Best Dressed competition at Cheltenham.
Kim and Andy weren’t the only famous faces in the crowd today, as Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins, 43, Mary Berry, 83, and Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo, 24, were pictured in attendance.
The Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles, 71, and Zara and Mike Tindall, 37 and 40, also made an appearance.
Andy and Kim first met at the US Open in 2005.
They were introduced by her father Nigel Sears, who, at the time, was the head of the Women’s Tennis Association.
They first went pubic with their relationship the following year when she kissed him after his first tournament win.
Kim regularly cheers Andy on at his matches and rarely misses an opportunity to see him play.
They welcomed their first daughter Sophia in February 2016.
In 2017, they confirmed they were expecting their second child, and welcomed daughter Edie in 2017.
Andy recently crashed out of the Australian Open due to an ongoing hop injury and has since unfroze surgery to help with the pain.
Last week, he spoke to sponsors about his tennis playing future, saying: “I want to continue playing. I said that in Australia.
“The issue is I don’t know whether it is possible.
“I am a lot happier than I was certainly two months before the operation,” he added.
“I have no pain in my hip anymore. I was in pain for a long time.”