Wimbledon Star Gazing 2014: One Direction, Pippa Middleton and Other Famous Faces (Photos)
9:52 AM PDT 7/4/2014 by Georg Szalai
As Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova compete at the London grass tennis tournament, Hugh Jackman, Pippa Middleton and "Downton Abbey's" Michelle Dockery are among the famous faces in the stands.
The boy band members caught some of the action in Wimbledon on day four. They watched RafaelNadal compete against LukasRosol. But the famous duo also took pictures with some of their female fans at the tennis tournament.
The former NBA star showed that he doesn't limit his sports appreciation to basketball, and also enjoys his tennis. He watched defending champion AndyMurray in his first match, joining the other audience members in a standing ovation for the Scottish player. "He was huge," Murray said of meeting Shaq after the game. "He's very entertaining."
The Australian star sported a black beard during his Wimbledon visit, attracting extra attention from the TV and photo cameras at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Jackman was spotted during the first week of the competition following RafaelNadal on Centre Court.
The young actress swapped time on the lawns of Downton Abbey for the green of Wimbledon. While it isn't known whether she enjoyed the famous strawberries and cream at the tournament, she seemed to have a good time.
The legendary actor was spotted at the tournament during a match between Novak Djokovic and AndreyGolubev. Dressed in a white hat and black-and-white tie, the X-Men star fit in with some of the other fancy dressers in the stands.
The young British singer came out to Wimbledon on opening day. Dressed in a summery outfit, she joined other local celebrity guests in the Evian Live Young Lounge.
Kate Middleton's sister has become a regular at Wimbledon in recent years. This year, she once again turned out with brother James and sat in the Royal Box. Instead of spending time with sister Kate Middleton andPrince William, the siblings watched such tennis royalty as second-seeded Rafael Nadal.
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