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Ciara Wilson puts on a loved-up display with her husband Russell at Wimbledon on day four

Ciara Wilson looks effortlessly chic in a beige dress as she puts on a loved-up display with her husband Russell at Wimbledon on day four

Ciara Wilson and her husband Russell put on a loved-up display as they walk arm-in-arm at Wimbledon on day four of the Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

The musician-turned-mogul, 36, looked effortlessly chic in a figure-hugging beige midi dress as she strut into the venue with Russell, 33. 

She elevated her height in a pair of nude strappy heels and accessorised with dazzling silver jewellery. 

Couple: Ciara Wilson and her husband Russell put on a loved-up display as they walk arm-in-arm at Wimbledon on day four of the Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

Ciara looked radiant as she sported a glam makeup palette and styled her long brunette tresses poker straight.  

Meanwhile, Russel cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and matching trousers, teamed with a white shirt and blue tie. 

Ciara and Wilson began dating in 2015, and officially tied the knot in 2016. The couple have two children, daughter Sienna Princess Wilson, and son Win Harrison Wilson.

Stylish: The musician-turned-mogul, 36, looked effortlessly chic in a figure-hugging beige midi dress as she strut into the venue with Russell, 33

Stylish: The musician-turned-mogul, 36, looked effortlessly chic in a figure-hugging beige midi dress as she strut into the venue with Russell, 33

Beaming: Ciara looked radiant as she sported a glam makeup palette and styled her long brunette tresses poker straight

Beaming: Ciara looked radiant as she sported a glam makeup palette and styled her long brunette tresses poker straight

The celebs watched as British wild card Alastair Gray bowed out of Wimbledon with a straight-sets defeat to American hot shot Taylor Fritz.

The Twickenham ace, who beat world number 95 Tseng Chun-hsin in the first round, faced a huge step up in class against 11th seed Fritz.

He pushed Fritz hard, especially in the second set, but ultimately slipped to a 6-3 7-6 (3) 6-3 defeat.

Fashionista: She elevated her height in a pair of nude strappy heels and accessorised with dazzling silver jewellery

Fashionista: She elevated her height in a pair of nude strappy heels and accessorised with dazzling silver jewellery

Dashing: Russel cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and matching trousers, teamed with a white shirt and blue tie

Dashing: Russel cut a dapper figure in a navy blazer and matching trousers, teamed with a white shirt and blue tie

Nevertheless, the 24-year-old will pick up a £78,000 pay cheque for his efforts on his debut at SW19.

Gray created a break point in the opening game against the Eastbourne champion, but he was unable to convert it and promptly dropped his serve to love in the next.

Gray, who somehow hit a drop shot winner despite slipping on the baseline, forced another two break points as Fritz served for the set, but the world number 14 saved both before moving 1-0 ahead.

Loved-up: Ciara and Wilson began dating in 2015, and officially tied the knot in 2016. The couple have two children, daughter Sienna Princess Wilson, and son Win Harrison Wilson

Loved-up: Ciara and Wilson began dating in 2015, and officially tied the knot in 2016. The couple have two children, daughter Sienna Princess Wilson, and son Win Harrison Wilson

The British number nine did take one of his opportunities and served for the second set but Fritz, also 24, struck back and took the tie-break.

With friend and doubles partner Ryan Peniston – another second-round casualty on Wednesday – watching from the stands, Gray broke again at the start of the third.

But Fritz was unfazed and hit straight back, winning five games in a row to ultimately send the new home favourite packing.

Match: The celebs watched as British wild card Alastair Gray bowed out of Wimbledon with a straight-sets defeat to American hot shot Taylor Fritz

Match: The celebs watched as British wild card Alastair Gray bowed out of Wimbledon with a straight-sets defeat to American hot shot Taylor Fritz

Winner: The Twickenham ace, who beat world number 95 Tseng Chun-hsin in the first round, faced a huge step up in class against 11th seed Fritz

Winner: The Twickenham ace, who beat world number 95 Tseng Chun-hsin in the first round, faced a huge step up in class against 11th seed Fritz

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