We're heading into the final stretch of Wimbledon 2024, and Day 10 saw Queen Camilla sat in the Royal Box, ready to catch the line-up on Centre Court.

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The Royal Box has hosted some of the world's top A-listers, huge-profile stars and guests of honour already this tournament, and today was no different, with the likes of Keira Knightley in attendance.

The Royal Box has been used for the entertainment of VIP guests since 1922, with 74 privileged guests able to be seated in its confines for each and every match.

Guests are selected and invited by request of the Chairman of the All England Club, with fine lunch, tea and drinks provided throughout the day to all who are seated in the box.

There's always great excitement to see who is sitting among the esteemed guests each day, and we'll bring you all the latest news about the stars on show.

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RadioTimes.com brings you all the details about who is sitting in the Royal Box at Wimbledon today (Saturday 6th).

Who is in the Royal Box at Wimbledon today?

Wednesday 10th July

Queen Camilla attended Wimbledon on Wednesday 10th July, while a host of other famous faces were also spotted in the Royal Box.

This list included Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, former leader of the Conservative party William Hague, Richard E Grant, Feargal Sharkey and Keira Knightley.

Tuesday 9th July

Princess Beatrice led the charge for the Royals on Day 9 of Wimbledon, while other guests in the Royal Box included Adrian Chiles, Lena Dunham, Michael McIntyre, Stephen Fry, Sir Cliff Richard and Sienna Miller.

Monday 8th July

Those seen in the Royal Box on Day 8 of Wimbledon included Sir Mark Rylance, Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Lenny Henry, Prince Albert of Monaco and the Duchess of Gloucester.

Meanwhile, Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa stepped out of the TARDIS for the day and was seen attending the All England Club amongst a host of stars.

The list of stars also included Gatwa's Doctor Who co-star Yasmin Finney, his Sex Education co-star Bella Maclean, Game of Thrones's Nathalie Emmanuel and Slow Horses' Sophie Okonedo.

Also in attendance were Amelia Dimoldenberg, Alva Claire, Cora Corré, Jodie Turner-Smith and Kofi Case.

Amelia Dimoldenberg, Alva Claire, Cora Corré, Ncuti Gatwa, Sophie Okoneda, Jodie Turner-Smith, Kofi Case, Yasmin Finney and Bella Maclean attending day eight of Wimbledon
Nathalie Emmanuel, Amelia Dimoldenberg, Alva Claire, Cora Corré, Ncuti Gatwa, Sophie Okonedo, Jodie Turner-Smith, Kofi Case, Yasmin Finney and Bella Maclean attending day eight of Wimbledon. Karwai Tang/WireImage

Sunday 7th July

Among those seen in the Royal Box on Sunday 7th July were Dame Mary Berry, Rick Stein, Emeli Sandé and Salma Hayek.

Gabby Logan, Richard Osman, Ingrid Oliver, Frank Gardner and Rod Laver were among other famous faces seen in the Royal Box throughout the day,

Saturday 6th July

The Royal Box was jam-packed on day six of Wimbledon.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was in attendance – and was even referenced by Alexander Zverev in his victory speech after he saw off Great Britain's Cameron Norrie.

Arsenal footballer Leah Williamson, who captained the women's national team to win the Euros in 2022, was also there alongside Olympic gold medal-winning heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill, cyclists Laura Kenny and Chris Hoy, who have also won a fair few Olympic gold medals between them, and England cricketers Ben Stokes and Joe Root.

Friday 5th July

There were plenty of well-known faces enjoying this year's Wimbledon on the fifth day of the competition.

Oscar-winning actor Dustin Hoffman (The Graduate, Kramer vs Kramer, Rain Man) was suited and booted alongside his partner Lisa.

Other celebs included musical maestro Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, chef Marcus Wareing and Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis.

Thursday 4th July

Michael Middleton and Carole Middleton, parents of the Princess of Wales, are amongst those making an appearance in the Royal Box on day four.

They're accompanied by British singer and TV host HRVY and actress Mimi Slinger, former rugby union player Chris Robshaw and singer Camilla Kerslaw.

Bear Grylls, a former SAS trooper who is a survival expert and TV presenter, has also been spotted in the Royal Box today.

Wednesday 3rd July

Brigitte Eva van Deurs Henriksen, The Duchess of Gloucester, who is a Danish-born member of the British royal family, made an appearance in the Royal Box on day three.

She was joined by the former prime minister Theresa May, who served from 2016 to 2019, and her husband Phillip, professional golfer Justin Rose and his wife Kate and former world number one tennis player Maria Sharapova.

Former British tennis player Debbie Jevans also made an appearance alongside Amanda Pritchard, the Chief Executive of NHS England.

Ted Lasso and West End star Hannah Waddingham and Spice Girl Mel C were also spotted in the box on day three.

Tuesday 2nd July

The Foo Fighters’ lead singer Dave Grohl made an appearance in the Royal Box on Centre Court on day two, alongside former Formula One racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart and Duran Duran star Simon Le Bon.

Monday 1st July

Sir David Attenborough, David Beckham and Katherine Jenkins were among the guests of honour in the Royal Box on the opening day of the tournament.

Attenborough, aged 98, was BBC Two controller in 1967 and was a major advocate for colour television. He was the driving force as Wimbledon was beamed in dazzling colour for the very first time that year – and therefore has carved out a special status in the history of The Championships.

Former Manchester United and England superstar Beckham is a regular guest at Wimbledon, with numerous appearances over the years. Anything to take your mind off being a Three Lions fan, I suppose...

Sir Cliff Richard, Graeme Le Saux, Alexander Armstrong and Sir Richard Branson were also spotted in the box on Monday.

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