DAVID Beckham is treating his mum Sandra to a day out at Wimbledon for women's semi-finals day.
He took his seat in the Royal Box on Centre Court to watch Serena Williams crush unseeded Czech Barbora Strycova.
Williams, who is is currently two matches away from equalling the women's record for the most grand slam wins, overpowered Strycova 6-1 6-2 in 59 minutes.
The champ has 23 grand slams under her belt.
She will now take on Simona Halep in the Wimbledon women's singles final as she hopes to clinch her tournament win.
Williams was cheered on by a host of celebrities, who have started arriving at SW19 in the glorious sunshine.
Beckham, who often takes his mum Sandra to the Wimbledon tournament, was seen sharing a laugh and joke with Richard Branson and his daughter Holly.
Model Suki Waterhouse and actress Claire Foy were also among the stars at Wimbledon today.
Model Suki looked stunning a white dress, while The Crown star Claire hid behind shades as she entered day ten of Wimbledon in a floral summer dress.
Models Jodie Kidd and Daisy Lowe were also dressed the part as temperatures climbed this afternoon.
Tycoon Richard Branson was all smiles as he posed with his daughter Holly, who stood out in a bright red dress.
Singer Cliff Richard is also in attendance today in a shimmering patterned suit, while actor James Norton took in the action.
Elina Svitolina lost to Simona Halep, who is now through the final.
Williams will now play Strycova to smash Margaret Court's record of 24 grand slam wins.
Elsewhere, wild card mixed doubles team Evan Hoyt and Eden Silva are playing Croatian Ivan Dodig and Taiwan's Latisha Chan this evening in their quarter-final match.
Today will also see the start of the wheelchair event – with the games due to take place in sizzling 26C weather.
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But the Met Office has warned there is a 30 per cent chance of rain, which will hopefully clear up by the evening.
A spokesperson said: "We're looking at quite a cloudy start for tomorrow with a low risk of the odd spot of rain.
"It will soon brighten up with sunshine breaking through the clouds then brighter skies during the afternoon with the risk of a few showers from mid-afternoon into the evening.
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