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Kim Murray takes baby daughter Sophia to her first Wimbledon

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Baby Murray has made her Wimbledon debut! Kim Murray was spotted arriving at the south London tennis tournament on Tuesday with her four-month-old daughter Sophia in tow.

The pair were supporting Andy Murray as the Scotsman battled it out on the tennis court against fellow Brit Liam Broady.

Kim made a super stylish arrival, wearing a flowing summery dress that showed off her toned legs. The yummy mummy was seen pushing her little girl in a pram and later taking her seat, without baby Sophia, on Centre Court.

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Kim Murray was spotted arriving at Wimbledon with baby Sophia

Kim was her flawless self, sporting her trademark blow-dry as she cheered her husband on.

Her mother-in-law Judy Murray also attended day two of the tennis tournament and was spotted in the grounds of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. Andy's grandparents Roy and Skirley Erskine were also there to support the world No. 2.

Other stars who flocked to Wimbledon included Tess Daly and Vernon Kay, who made a very loved-up appearance following their difficult start to the year. Actor Will Poulter and his mum Caroline also attended.

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The new mum was her flawless self in a red summer dress

Kim, 28, has been supporting her husband Andy, 29, at various tournaments since welcoming their daughter Sophia in February.

When their baby was just six weeks old, Kim took Sophia to the US where Andy was taking part in the Miami Open. While the little girl didn't make an appearance courtside, she was spotted out and about in her pram with her mum.

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Kim was cheering on Andy, who was playing against Liam Broady

Kim and her family are no doubt hoping for another championship win for Andy, who won Wimbledon in 2013. At the time he was the first British man to win the Men's Singles Championship since Fred Perry, 77 years previously.

A few weeks ago Andy made history when he became the first man to win the Queen's Club title five times.

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