AMANDA Holden and Rochelle Humes were treated to bottomless champagne, ping pong and a private terrace inside evian’s VIP suite at Wimbledon.
The who’s who of top telly stars from Britain’s Got Talent, This Morning, Strictly and The Masked Singer gathered for the first day of the iconic tournament.
Famous faces included Mollie King, Rachel Stevens, Stacey Dooley, Kevin Clifton, Marvin Humes, Joel Dommett, Pete Wicks and Kimberley Garner who were attending the first day of the iconic tournament.
The celebrities mingled in the VIP suite where they enjoyed lunch followed by afternoon tea and the chance to sip on evian’s latest innovation, evian Sparkling, after boozing on Champagne Lanson.
British fashion stylist, Ella-Louise Gaskell, was also there to encourage evian’s VIP guests to dress more consciously at this year’s tournament, by honouring the brand’s ‘Summer Smart and Eco-Conscious’ dress code.
Guests turned out in sustainable clothing and reused outfits as they dressed up for the stylish event.
evian’s VIP suite, situated next to Court 1, gave celebs the chance to relax and have fun in between the matches – with their very own ping pong table, a gigantic tennis racquet and a luxurious outdoor space on the terrace.
Former Made in Chelsea star Kimberley took the chance to play ping pong with her other half as they entertained themselves ahead of Andy Murray’s stint in Centre Court.
Meanwhile S Club 7 star Rachel caught up with professional dancer Kevin 12 years after she won Strictly.
Meanwhile Rochelle reunited with her former The Saturdays bandmember Mollie as they chatted and laughed over lunch.
Mollie recently announced her pregnancy and looked glowing in a flowing dress as she celebrated evian’s continued role as the Official Water of The Championships.
The 35-year-old is the co-host of a brand new podcast, Wimbledon: Between the Lines’.
The collaboration between evian and Wimbledon sets out to celebrate Centre Court’s 100-Year anniversary this year, with Mollie and Matt Edmondson bringing tennis-talk, revelations and conversations direct from SW19.
Source: The Sun