08/07/2012 16:23 | By Mike Robinson
Wimbledon men's final: celebrity watch

The Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton



The Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton (© PA)
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08/07/2012 18:48
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what is wrong with victoria beckham? she looks like she has the world on her shoulders. what would she be like if she had actual problems to deal with
08/07/2012 19:28
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beckham"s £50,000 party for a 1yr old child  how grotesque in this climate when normal mother"s

are suffering

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So disappointed to see that miserable streak of misery again and yes you've guessed, V Beckham. Why does David bother taking it out.
08/07/2012 19:08
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Victoria Beckham must think that it is nighttime 24 hours a day with these stupid sunglasses.... was there ever such a miserable poser!! How she got and keeps such a lovely man I will never know.
08/07/2012 18:57
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Think David should leave the wife at home, she looks so unhappy what is her problem i would have loved to have been there instead of sitting in cold rainy Thurso, at least everyone seemed to be enjoying especially all of them on Murray Mount..

Better luck next year Andy.

08/07/2012 19:52
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It's about time we the public That's you and me,  gave the press including MSN

a clear message, That constant news and coverage of celebs is inane and totally boring.

The scandalous amount of coverage amounts to an attack on the many of us who have a life and live it with our friends and family to the full. 

The few, who appear to follow these celebs and comment on them, are actually sad bereft of any other thoughts other than following the lives of the so-called famous.

To the majority they must appear totally mundane and without interest for their own and have no real life outside there constant obsessed, fame fixed filled world.

 

08/07/2012 19:23
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Does this woman never smile?  For petes sake go on girl, it won't crack your face.  (Victoria Beckham)

 

09/07/2012 08:05
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I am so pleased all these 'celebrities' won tickets in the lottery for finals day. Just how do they get them? The ordinary man in the street never gets a chance of a ticket and if he does it costs a small fortune. What did this lot pay? Bugger all I guess......Posh.....why did she go, she sat pouting for the cameras all the time, looks like she didn't want to be there at all. - smile you misery! David why do you put up with her?? 
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I was at the final three years back. I actually play tennis and go the tickets through my tennis club draw. I just could not believe the amount of so called "celebs" lurking around on a freebee day out. These events ain't for the real tennis fans and players no more. They are just all about pure corporate greed.  
08/07/2012 21:28
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John Devereux.
Andy played really well the best I've ever seen him. He is definitely world class and can win a Grand Slam one day. Today Federer was the better player but only just. Andy should be very proud of himself . It was a wonderful match and lived up to it's final status. Well done Federer and well done Andy too. Andy, come back next year and win it.
08/07/2012 21:01
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why is pippa thingy siting there? did she pay to get in? if not why not, what is she exactly, apart from being related to the royals, meal ticket

 

08/07/2012 20:24
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Well done Andy, just not your day today, Keep at it it will happen.

Victoria Beckham you snob! you ought to remember you have all you have because in the early days your fans bought your records & put you where you are today. Cant even manage a smile.

08/07/2012 21:46
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What on earth is wrong with VB, she always looks so miserable.  She looked really cheesed off today.  Well done Andy, you did well, your day will come.
08/07/2012 18:30
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yes all these celebs thats why

Genuine

fans can not get ticket,its a joke
08/07/2012 19:20
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to  all the people who write negative comments about Andy Murray. what have you ever done.   i'm not a tennis fan and i wanted Andy Murray to win.  it's about supporting british sportsmen and women
are these people going to support every other team in the Olympics. 
08/07/2012 20:10
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what the hell is Pippa Middleton doing in the front row of the Royal Box?
08/07/2012 20:03
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was not a fan of Andy Murray but after his display of emotion after losing  and actually "smiling!" through his tears i warmed to him
 your time will come Andy and next time i will be cheering you on!!
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i see the silver spoon brigade are on another jolly
09/07/2012 05:28
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posh stop pouting your face must be aching by now! you are at a tennis match not a photo shoot, and David you look like you have had enough of it over the years, he wants to relax and watch a bit of tennis!!!!!
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