It was a case of mixed doubles for Andy Murray and long-time girlfriend Kim Sears this week.
The glamorous couple joined his brother Jamie as he wed his Colombian-born fiancée, Alejandra Gutierrez, in an intimate wedding in Scotland.
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Twenty three-year-old tennis superstar Andy was best man in what he described as a “small, private gathering attended by close family and friends”
Staying true to their Scottish roots, the brothers sported their family kilts with the beautiful bride donning a strapless ivory tiered gown with accompanying long-sleeved gloves.
The Murray’s proud mother Judy arrived in style in a classic stretch limo and later proclaimed "I loved seeing the boys in their kilts. Everyone looked amazing."
Jamie and Andy’s grandparents were also in attendance and their grandmother added a homely touch by making the wedding cake which featured both the Colombian and Scottish flags.
Held at the historic and luxurious Cromlix House in the family’s hometown of Dunblane, Scotland, the ceremony took a traditional Scottish approach with bagpipes greeting the wedding party and guests as they entered the manor.
Twenty-four-year-old Jamie - a champion tennis player in his own right who won the mixed doubles title at Wimbledon in 2007 – met his bride-to-be two years ago while she was a student in London.