Sienna Miller, 42, and boyfriend Oli Green, 27, beam as they joke around in the Royal Box

Sienna Miller, 42, and boyfriend Oli Green, 27, beam as they joke around in the Royal Box

Tuesday afternoon’s star arrivals at the Wimbledon Championships on day nine were Sienna Miller and her boyfriend Oli Green.

As they sat courtside, the 42-year-old British actress and her 27-year-old boyfriend Oli Green—who happens to be the father of her second child—could not stop laughing.

Seated at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’s Royal Box on Center Court, Sienna and Oli put on a joyful show as they giggled.

In the men’s quarterfinals, they were part of an A-list audience that watched top seed Jannik Sinner battle world No. 5 Daniil Medvedev.

Jasmine Paolini plays Emma Navarro in the women’s quarterfinals later in the day with hopes of making it to the final on Saturday.

The couple arrived to the renowned west London location in style, as they were seen strolling hand in hand under a branded umbrella.

Sienna, who attends the Championships every year, looked effortlessly stylish in a neutral polka dot co-ord that showed off her nude midriff.

The beautiful two piece was paired with a white bag and strappy shoes by the mother of two, who delivered her second child in January.

The Anatomy of a Scandal actress accentuated her lovely features with subtle glam makeup while sporting her trademark blonde locks in a cool up do.

Her beau, an actor, looked sharp in a dark grey suit that he accessorized with a black tie and white shirt.

Myleene Klass, 46, added even more elegance to the competition by cutting an ethereal figure in a long white lace dress with striking shoulders.

She incorporated a flash of color with a slick of red lipstick and an edgy attitude with her style by wearing hefty black heels and sunglasses.

The radio and television star wore her brunette hair in loose waves and wore few other embellishments.

Olivia Attwood, on the other hand, went for a preppy ensemble, showing up in a jumper wrapped around her shoulders, a navy pleated dress, and black shoes.

The 33-year-old TV hostess accessorized her summery ensemble with a stylish Ralph Lauren cap and carried a small gray Hermes Birkin in her palm.

Bradley Dack, 30, her football player spouse, arrived with her. On this particular day, he was sporting a dark brown beard and a platinum head of hair.

Nikita Kuzmin and Lauren Jaine, two of the stars in the Rosewater Pavilion as guests of Barclays, the Official Banking Partner of Wimbledon, were among the celebrities in attendance.

It happened when Djokovic, during his match on Monday night, reached for the microphone and pointed a roman candle directly toward the Center Court audience.

The seven-time winner became enraged during his on-court interview, claiming that he was the target of jeers during his straight-set victory.

Although it appeared like the audience was only yelling «Ruuuuuuune» for his rival, Djokovic, as he frequently does, had a different perspective.

He started out by saying, «I thank you from the bottom of my heart and I appreciate it to all the fans that have shown respect and stayed here tonight.» «And have a goooooooood night to all those who have chosen to disrespect the player, which is me in this instance.»

«I hope they were just commenting on Rune, and they were not disrespecting you,» added his very unimpressed BBC interviewer Rishi Persad.

With a history of facing large crowds, Djokovic was not having any of it. «They were.» He insisted, «They were [disrespecting me].» «I refuse to accept it.» No, no, no. They may have been supporting Rune, but that doesn’t give them license to act badly.

I’ve been on the road for almost 20 years, so pay attention. I am aware of every trick. I pay attention to the polite patrons who enjoy tennis and show respect for the players. I can assure you that I have played in far more hostile conditions than you can imagine.

The 37-year-old appeared to think that some of the spectators were disguising their jeers as support for Rune. It sounded to me just like Lord’s saluting Joe Root a century later.

‘I mean, if you don’t know what was going, perhaps it sounded like boo,’ stated Rune. But since everyone knows what happened, my name was involved.

The tennis felt almost incidental after all that, but for the record Djokovic won 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 and put in by a distance his best display of the Championships so far. Rune was poor, losing the first 12 points of the match and never really recovering.

In his press conference later, Djokovic stood by what he had said.

‘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 also tweeted a photo after the game of him stretching for a ball across the court, with the caption: ‘Sliding into quarters. Goooooooooooood night.’

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