Inside Wimbledon’s exclusive VIP box that’s hidden from sight and attracts A-List Hollywood stars | The Sun

CELEBS set for an ace day out at Wimbledon this year have flocked to an exclusive VIP box that’s hidden from sight.

evian's private area situated next to Court One attracts A-List Hollywood stars thanks to its stunning decor and enviable hospitality.

Actress Leslie Mann – star of Knocked Up, How To Be Single and George of the Jungle – flew from San Francisco to London for a day at the tennis.

She joined guests inside the evian suite where they enjoyed unlimited Champagne Lanson and Pimms, a three-course buffet and afternoon tea.

Those being hosted by the Wimbledon sponsor were all gifted Centre Court tickets to see the likes of Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.

Back inside the pink-themed VIP area was a fully-stocked bar, a pick and mix stand, a ping pong table, private outdoor terrace and screens to watch the tennis from indoors.


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Actress Leslie, 51, was joined by her American fimmmaker husband Judd Apatow, 55, and their 20-year-old daughter Iris.

Elsewhere in the star-studded box was pregnant pop star Pixie Lott and her husband Oliver Cheshire.

The parents-to-be enjoyed a fun-filled day out after announcing the pregnancy last week.

Pixie – who is already six months along – looked sensational in a navy tweed playsuit and heels.

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Other noteworthy stars in attendance included rapper AJ Tracey and  Rochelle and Marvin Humes.

Rochelle said: "Another year down…Marv is exhausted from the continuous explaining…

"I still don’t fully understand but I bloomin' love it. Thank you for having us again, evian."

"Always a great day out. Thank you evian for hosting us," added Marvin.

2023 sees evian continue its role of 15 years as the Official Water of The Championships.

This year, evian and Wimbledon brought in the first ever on-court refillable system for players, as a new way to hydrate players during The Championships.

This pilot scheme is a step in the tournament’s sustainability journey as players will be provided with their own reusable bottles that can be refilled with evian natural mineral water, on courts 2-18 and in designated player areas.  

It was launched by evian global brand ambassador, Stan Wawrinka, who said: “Whether I’m preparing for a match, or playing on court during a tournament, I always make sure that I’m hydrated and have some evian water nearby. In the heat of summer where we push our bodies to the max, hydration is key to help with physical performance. 

"The new refillable system available this year allows for quick and easy hydration* breaks, by simply refilling a bottle designed for longer term use with evian natural mineranl water, which is an exciting step in circularity for all the players and for The Championships.” 

On the second day of play, Wimbledon suffered its biggest wash-out in 19 years, with eight days of rain falling over 12 hours.

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