Simon Le Bon and his daughter Amber lead the stars at Wimbledon

Simon Le Bon and daughter Amber coordinate in neutrals while Queen Charlotte stars Golda Rosheuvel and Arsema Thomas do their best to keep cool in the heat as they lead stars at Wimbledon day five

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The stars were out in force on Friday, with celebrities descending on SW19 for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on Friday.

Leading the way  was Simon LeBon and his daughter Amber, with the pair colour coordinating in their neutral ensembles.  

The 80s icon, 64, opted for a dapper cream suit as he enjoyed a family day out at Centre Court.

His daughter Amber put on an equally chic display in a crisp white shirt and a nude pleated skirt as they arrived at the fifth day of the star-studded event.

Despite decades in the music business, Simon proved he’s barely aged a day as he headed to the tennis with his daughter.

Family time! Simon Le Bon and his daughter Amber were among the stars descending on SW19 for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on Friday

Royals on the court: Queen Charlotte stars Golda Rosheuvel and Arsema Thomas were reunited as guests of American Express at the tournament

He’s been married to his wife Yasmin since 1985, and they have three children, Amber, Saffron, 31, and Tallulah, 28.

Also in attendance were Queen Charlotte stars Golda Rosheuvel and Arsema Thomas. 

The pair co-star in the Bridgerton prequel, with Golda reprising her role as Queen Charlotte in the later timeline, while Arsema plays the younger version of Adjoa Andoh’s character, Lady Agatha Danbury, in the earlier one. 

Golda looked radiant on the outing as she donned a chic white midi dress with ruffed sleeves.  

Arsema looked effortlessly stylish as she slipped into a plunging halterneck jumpsuit that she paired with chunky white trainers. 

The duo were in high spirits on the outing as they made use of the Wimbledon branded fans in a bid to keep cool in the heat.  

GB News Breakfast presenter Isabel Webster and her husband Liam Pearce, and the star opted for a sophisticated white dress from St. Claire London with a delicate pale blue floral print.

This year’s Wimbledon tournament is already well underway, with the likes of Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz all competing for the coveted prize and a whopping payday. 

Ready for Centre Court! The 80s icon opted for a dapper cream suit as he enjoyed a family day out at the tournament

Standing out! Golda (right) opted for an elegant white frilled shirt dress, while Arsema donned a fun brown 70s-inspired co-ord

Show them off! The pair displayed their fans as they arrived at the tennis, after playing two different incarnations of the Queen in the Bridgerton spin-off

Stylish! Also in attendance was GB News Breakfast presenter Isabel Webster, who looked gorgeous in white St Clair London midi dress alongside her husband Liam Pearce

Sharp: Theatre mogul Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber headed to the Royal Box to watch the action unfold on Centre Court

Jovial! Pointless host Alexander Armstrong donned a smart blue suit as he arrived at Wimbledon for a day of tennis action

Shock: The Pointless host was left in awe by the action on Centre Court 

Big names! Tennis legend Martina Navratilova and socialite Lady Amelia Windsor were also in attendance on Centre Court

Watching on: Jon Bon Jovi was seen getting caught up with all the action in the stands 

Loving it: Bon Jovi put on  a very animated display as  he cheered on the players 

Picture perfect: The rocker was seen filming all the action on the day 

The tournament has already seen plenty of drama so far. Thursday saw a dramatic evening on Centre Court. Andy Murray fought back from a set down to go two sets to one up against Stefanos Tsitsipas. 

Murray will be looking for his third Wimbledon title. His last victory at the tournament came in 2016 when he defeated Milos Raonic in the final. 

Novak Djokovic remains in the tournament as he chases his fifth title in a row. The Serbian won his seventh Wimbledon title by coming from behind to beat Nick Kyrgios at last year’s final.

Meanwhile, Andy Murray will be looking to finish the job against Greek fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas after their dramatic match was adjourned late on Thursday. 

He is second on Centre Court so is likely to take to the grass at around 3pm on Friday.

British number one Cameron Norrie is up second on Court One while Liam Broady – who yesterday pulled off a dramatic upset by beating fourth seed Casper Ruud – is third on Court 2. 

Murray was two sets to one up when play was halted at around 10.40pm yesterday, and all eyes will be on how the Brit pulls up after the injury scare he suffered in the penultimate point.

On set point, the 36-year-old went down screaming when trying to change direction before picking himself up and delivering an unreturnable serve that put him 2-1 up.

The match referee then decided it was too late to start a fourth set, meaning Murray and Tsitsipas must return on Friday afternoon to finish with the Scot leading 6-7 (3) 7-6 (2) 6-4.

Determined: Andy Murray will be looking to finish the job against Greek fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas after their dramatic late night match was adjourned

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