NFL star Russell Wilson and singer wife Ciara spotted at Wimbledon as they enjoy romantic Centre Court date in London | The Sun

NFL superstar Russell Wilson was in the crowd at Wimbledon as he enjoyed a luxury date day with wife Ciara. 

The Denver Broncos quarterback, 33, linked up with his new team after switching from the Seattle Seahawks.

But with the football season not starting until September, he could afford to take a romantic trip over to London to take in some of the tennis on the famous lawns. 

The pair were famously married in England in 2016.

The Cincinnati star rocked a sharp navy suit, blue tie and shades as he took his place in the prestigious Royal Box on Day Four of the Wimbledon Championships. 

Wilson – a 2013 Super Bowl winner – was pictured alongside singer wife Ciara, 36, who has been selected by the BBC to narrate its opener for the Finals Weekend. 

The brilliance and variety of the Royal Box list means the Wilsons were after Professor Nick Webborn CBE and Mrs Stephanie Anderson. 

Webborn is Professor of Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Brighton and chair of the British Paralympic Association. 

And they were in for a treat on Centre Court.

Brit Katie Boulter opened up the day's play on the world's most famous patch of grass.

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Rafael Nadal was up next with Russell and Ciara able to enjoy fellow American Coco Gauff on the main stage in her second-round clash to round off the schedule. 

Wilson had surgery on a broken finger last October, ending a streak of 149 consecutive games started in the NFL at quarterback, the sixth-longest streak of all time. 

He finished his final season with the Seahawks with 3,113 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and six interceptions as they finished with a 7-10 record. 

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