The stars came out to watch tennis star Andy Murray become the first British winner of the Wimbledon men’s singles title in 77 years yesterday.
Celebrities flocked to the event in London for the historic match, including former “Spice Girl” Victoria Beckham, who sat with her friend, Tana Ramsay, who is married to celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.
Beckham later Tweeted, “Congratulations to @andy_murray and his family. Wonderful day at Wimbledon!! So proud to be British!”
"The Huffington Post UK" also spotted A-list actors Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler sitting together in the stands, cheering and at one point even stopping to take a photo of themselves during the match.
Other stars tweeted their support of Murray, including “The Bling Ring” starlet Emma Watson, who noted, “77th on the 7th of the 7th.. 2013. Cool.”
Actress Elizabeth Banks wrote, “ANDY!! Wow! #wimbledon congrats!!,” while “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Caroline Manzo added her two cents, saying, “Great win for the UK – Andy Murray #Wimbledon.”
Murray himself took to Twitter to celebrate the big win, writing, “Can’t believe what’s just happened!!!!!!!”
British socialite Pippa Middleton and “Sex & the City” star Kim Cattrall were among the celebrities who came to watch Murray play last week during the two-week-long tennis tournament.
In early August, Murray will head to the Rogers Cup in Canada, where he has taken home the gold twice in past years. Follow Andy Murray on Twitter @andy_murray.