Kim Sears was spotted watching her boyfriend Andy Murray of Great Britain play Roger Federer of Switzerland during the Men's Singles Tennis Gold Medal Match of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Dressing beautifully in a new season printed shift dress by Whistles, the 24-year-old led the cheers at Wimbledon, sitting eagerly in the stands at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. She clapped and shouted her support for Andy throughout his three set match. Miss Sears looked emotional and extremely happy when her longtime boyfriend Murray defeated Roger Federer in three straight sets, winning 6-2, 6-1, 6-4, in 1 hour 56 minutes. She then looked thrilled as Andy Murray, one of Britain's biggest sporting stars for more than half a decade, pulled her into a tight hug and shared a kiss in front of a worldwide television audience. The couple totally looked wrapped up in each other and oblivious to the noise.
Kim Sears, the daughter of tennis coach Nigel Sears, has been known as Andy Murray’s girlfriend for seven years. Sears met Murray at the 2005 U.S. Open in September while she was 17 years old and studying for her A levels in music, drama and art. The pair briefly split up but were reunited six months later in 2009. Now Sears is sharing Murray’s £5 million mansion in Oxshott, Surrey with the border terriers Maggie and Rusty.
Kim Sears has been known as Andy Murray’s loyal girlfriend. She is also a talented artist and has a website, Brushes and Paws, about her pet portraits.
Kim Sears watches Andy Murray play Roger Federer at the London 2012 Olympic Games on August 5, 2012. The 24-year-old cheers on boyfriend Andy Murray from Centre Court.
Dressing beautifully in a new season printed shift dress by Whistles, Kim Sears claps and shouts her support for Andy Murray throughout his three set match.
The newly-crowned Olympic champion heads straight for his long-term partner and pulls her into a tight hug after winning gold in thrilling final against Roger Federer.
The emotional couple share a kiss in front of a worldwide television audience.
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