Celebrities and royals descended on Centre Court at Wimbledon on Sunday to see the men's final between number one ranking Novak Djokovic and Britain’s Andy Murray.
The world watched in anticipation as the players battled it out for a grueling three hours on one of the country’s hottest days of the year.
After three straight sets, Andy defeated Novak, becoming the first British man to win Wimbledon in 77 years. Andy, 26, collapsed to his knees, head in hands, before running up to celebrate with his team, kissing girlfriend Kim Sears and hugging his proud mum, Judy.
The Olympian was in a state of shock after his victory, later saying, "That last game will be the toughest game I'll play in my career, ever."
With an absent Kate Middleton, who attended last year's men's final, Princess Michael of Kent, Zara Phillips and husband Mike Tindall represented the Royals on Day 13 along with England’s Prime Minister David Cameron and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.
Andy Murray lifts his Wimbledon trophy, ending Britain's 77 year wait for a men's champion.
The tennis ace celebrates his historic victory with his girlfriend of seven years, Kim Sears.
Proud Judy Murray congratulates her son after his triumphant win. Andy beat world number one Novak Djokovic in three straight sets to take the title.
Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood introduces himself to Andy's mum before the event.
Zara Phillips and husband Mike Tindall cheer on Andy during the match. Zara and Princess Michael of Kent were the only royals in attendance on Sunday as Prince William and Kate Middleton await the arrival of their first baby.
Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler take a selfie during the final.
The Hangover actor Bradley attended the final with his girlfriend Suki Waterhouse.
Scottish star Gerard greets Coleen and Wayne Rooney before the final gets underway.
Victoria Beckham and friend Tana Ramsey watch the action from their seats in the Royal Box.
Princess Michael of Kent greets Victoria at the event. Royal tennis fan Kate Middleton attended last year's Wimbledon men's final between Roger Federer and Andy Murray but was absent on Sunday.