Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom looked aghast as they watched young British hopeful Jodie Burrage crash out of Wimbledon on Wednesday afternoon.
Singer Katy, 38, and Hollywood star Orlando, 46, occupied seats at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, where they were seen sharing kisses and taking selfies while waiting for the action to begin.
Katy looked chic in a navy Bardot long sleeved top and a white silk midi skirt, while Orlando rocked a navy suit with white checked detailing.
The Firework hitmaker slicked her locks back into a high ponytail and accessorised with a polka dot neckerchief.
Katy finished off her look with navy high heels with white piping and a polished make-up look.
Captivated: Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom took in the action during day three of Wimbledon on Wednesday
Sweet: They were seen sharing a kiss after taking to their seats at the event
Mixed emotions: Orlando was seen gasping while Katy enjoyed a belly laugh as Britain’s Jodie Burrage crashed out of the tournament at the hands of Daria Kasatkina
Excitring: Katy looked thrilled as she watched the two tennis player start their first set
Here we go: Katy and Orlando poked their tongues while posing for a selfie at the event
Smitten: The pair looked loved-up as they arrived at Wimbledon for day three of the tennis championship on Wednesday
The couple patiently waited in line and looked eager to head to court.
Katy and Orlando’s arrival coincided with the roof opening on Centre Court after several rain showers, with rays of sunshine lighting up the grass.
Britain’s Jodie Burrage endured a nightmare Centre Court debut as she tumbled out of Wimbledon at the hands of Daria Kasatkina.
The 24-year-old arrived with high hopes after reaching the Nottingham final last month and then knocking out Caty McNally on Monday for her first win at a grand slam and a likely place in the top 100.
But she found herself staring down the barrel of a humiliating ‘double-bagel’ in the second round after dropping the first set without winning a game.
Burrage recovered her composure in the second set but Russian Kasatkina, the Eastbourne finalist and 11th seed, proved too strong in a resounding 6-0 6-2 victory.
The British number two was bound to be nervous on her first appearance on Centre Court, and unfortunately it showed.
Only eight matches were completed on Tuesday as rain lashed the All-England Club and restricted play to just Centre and No 1 Courts for the most part.
Let’s talk: They chatted while waiting for the action to get underway at the sporting venue
Blending in: Orlando and Katy mingled with fellow spectator’s as they took in the match
Sitting pretty: Katy looked stunning during her appearance at the event on Wednesday
Chic: The singer was dressed in a vintage inspired look as she headed into the All England Lawn Tennis Club with her fiancé
All dressed up: Katy looked chic in a navy Bardot long sleeved top and a white silk midi skirt, while Orlando rocked a navy suit with white checked detailing
Wimbledon ready: The couple patiently waited in line and looked eager to head to court
Getting involved: Orlando’s animated expressions said it all as he watched the game unfold
Tough comptetion: Jodie takes on Russia’s Daria Kasatkina (pictured) in the women’s singles
Britain’s hope: Burrage is fresh off her first ever win at the showpiece event after she advanced into the second round of Wimbledon on day one
With less than 90 minutes’ action possible on the outside courts on day two before the heavens opened, organisers cancelled 69 scheduled matches.
It means Wednesday’s order of play features a mixture of first and second round single matches, with the start of the doubles tournament pushed back a day to Thursday.
But the backlog could grow further with some showers forecast on Wednesday amid sunny spells. Play has already been delayed to 12:30pm on the outside courts due to rain.
Burrage and Daria’s match will be followed by the No 1 seed in the women’s draw Iga Swiatek taking on Sara Sorribes Tormo and then the reigning men’s champion Novak Djokovic playing Jordan Thompson.
Weather warning: Katy and Orlando’s arrival coincided with the roof opening on Centre Court after several rain showers, with rays of sunshine lighting up the grass
Never mind: But the unpredictable weather did little to deter the couple as they watched the match unfold
Loving it: Katy punched the air triumphantly during her day three appearance at Wimbledon