Thousands lined the streets of Dunblane on Saturday as the tennis ace wed his longtime love.
It’s a love match for Andy Murray (sorry) as the Wimbledon champ said “I do” on Saturday, marrying his girlfriend Kim Sears in his hometown of Dunblane, Scotland. The whole town of Dunblane seemed to come out to celebrate the tennis star’s wedding, with thousands lining the streets to catch a glimpse of the happy couple.
Newlyweds: Andy Murray and Kim Sears leave Dunblane Cathedral as husband and wife.
Murray wore a traditional Clan Murray tartan kilt for the ceremony, which was held at Dunblane Cathedral in the northern Scottish town. The bride wore an embroidered vintage style white gown made by British designer Jenny Packham, with her long style hair in a half updo.
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Andy Murray's 10 bedroom Cromlix Hotel near Dunblaine has been named the best hotel in Scotland after less than a month since its official re-opening. The five-star hotel and restaurant was voted the "unanimous winner" of Scottish Hotel of the Year by judges at a ceremony held at the Sheraton Hotel in Edinburgh on Sunday evening (April 27, 2014).
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