JK Rowling, Mo Farah and Stephen Fry, dazzle at Wimbledon

The All England Tennis Club, every year, continues to attract some of Britain's top celebrities across sport, entertainment and literature and stars from across the worls. Despite some high profile exits, this year has seen an array of big names.

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JK Rowling, Mo Farah and Stephen Fry, dazzle at Wimbledon

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

Author J K Rowling sits on Centre Court at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

The parents of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Michael and Carole Middleton. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

British Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah performs his trademark 'Mobot' pose, on Centre Court at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

Condoleezza Rice, former US Secretary of State watches the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

British Entertainers Stephen Fry (L) and Bruce Forsyth (R) and Australian author Kathy Lette. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

Britain's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall watches the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Reuters

 

JK Rowling Mo Farah and Stephen Fry dazzle at Wimbledon

Kim Sears, the girlfriend of Andy Murray of Britain, arrives on Centre Court to see Murray play Benjamin Becker of Germany in their men's singles tennis match. Reuters

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