Kim Sears has legally changed her name to Murray, a month after the couple's nuptials on April 11at Dunblane Cathedral in Scotland.
Writing a touching message in the guest book, the couple thanked staff at Cromlix House Hotel, where they held their wedding reception: "Thank you everyone at Cromlix for making it such a magical few days. You all make Cromlix such a special place where subtle magic happens xx". The Britain No.1 and his wife signed off with "Andy and Kimberly Murray".
The couple opted to shelve their honeymoon in November plans until the tennis season ends. "The honeymoon won't be until the end of the year," Andy confirmed.
Kim, 27, who has been with Andy for 9 years, was spotted in public for the first time at the French Open tennis tournament since tying the knot.
The tennis ace credited Kim for his strong performances last week where he beat Rafael Nadal at the Mutua Madrid Open: "My tennis, since we got married, has been good."
"I hope I can keep that up," he added.
On 13 April 2015, we wrote...
All weekend we were desperate to see pictures of Andy Murray's bride, Kim Sears. What would her wedding dress be like? How will she wear her hair? Well, she didn't disappoint - the bride looked gorgeous!
Saturday's event - dubbed "the royal wedding of Scotland" - took place at Dunblane Cathedral, with cheering crowds taking shield under umbrellas to watch the sporting legend arrive for his big day.
The tennis champ wore a blue and green tartan kilt, and his bride looked radiant in a wedding dress by British designer Jenny Packham.
The couple, both 27, exchanged vows at the 12th Century cathedral before making their way to a small reception for family members and close friends.
Before the ceremony, and understandably lost for words, Murray resorted to a series of emoticons to sum up his excitement for the day.
On 7 April 2014, we wrote...
With only a week to go before they tie the knot, Andy Murray and Kim Sears are in the final stages of the wedding preparations. Has the tennis champ turned into a groomzilla? No. In a recent magazine interview, Andy revealed that his hand in the overall strategy boiled down to, um, the food.
Yes, his off-court appetite compelled him to attend a food and cake tasting session, but when it comes to the flowers, colours and particulars, the tennis pro "couldn't really care less".
He added: "I think in a lot of cases it's just better to let the woman have it how she would like" - looks like the Scottish sportsman knows who the umpire is in this game.
Oh, and there's the music "something we can chat about together as well". We wonder if a few reeling tracks or Paulo Nautini hits may find their way into the playlist.
The couple will say their nuptials at Dunblane Cathedral this Saturday 11 April, opting for a 300-strong capacity venue instead of their original close friends and family at Cromlix House, a hotel owned by Andy Murray in Dunblane. Well, who wants low key when you're so used to taking centre court.
Maybe someone should give the Vicar a heads up that 'Love' means zero in tennis…we wouldn't want any tears at the altar.
On Thursday 27 November 2014, we wrote...
It is thought that Murray popped the question to Kim last Wednesday, after being with her for more than nine years.
Sussex-born artist Sears is the daughter of the former Lawn Tennis Association head of women's tennis Nigel Sears. She met Murray at the US Open in 2005, and was described by Judy Murray as "the best thing to happen to Andy".
Earlier this year, Andy whipped fans into a frenzy by tweeting he was getting married after Wimbledon - but an hour later told them:
"3 things.. I don't smoke grass, I'm not getting married(yet) and I don't want to kill rafael Nadal.."
We can only IMAGINE how funny the groom's speech is going to be. Also, Kim has become a bit of a style/hair icon every time Wimbledon rolls around - so we can't WAIT to see what she wears for her wedding day.
On Wednesday 2 July 2014, we wrote...
Jewellery brand Rare Pink have created a sparkler that's been described as "the perfect engagement ring for Andy Murray to propose to Kim Sears".
The tennis-inspired engagement ring was designed "to resemble a tennis ball" - featuring a yellow diamond centre stone embellished with 1.5 carat of small diamonds.
Now, we doubt Murray really would snap up this ring - firstly because we don't think it's to Kim Sears' taste (it would clash TERRIBLY with all those Hobbs and Whistles dresses), and secondly because it doesn't look like he's planning to propose anytime soon (he's got the small matter of defending his Wimbledon title to attend to first).
But if he IS interested - the market price is a whopping £80,000. It's all down to the extremely rare yellow diamonds used in the ring, apparently. One for exceedingly rich Wimbledon fans, we think - perhaps some of these A-listers will be interested?
But what do you think - is this an "Ace" ring style, or does it score a double fault? Yeah, tennis puns are HARD. Comment below.
On Wednesday 29 January 2014, we wrote...
Andy Murray, the little prankster. Someone needs to tell him that sarcasm and Twitter do NOT go hand-in-hand.
Earlier today a fan asked him on Twitter when he was getting married to his girlfriend Kim Sears, and Andy replied: "We are getting married just after Wimbledon should be a great day".
It's has now been revealed that Andy Murray's marriage tweet was a "joke".
A joke? We wonder whether Kim Sears finds it funny, hey? HEY?
Andy's PR agency later said it had been a "tongue in cheek answer".
About an hour later, Andy Murray told his 2.3 million followers: "3 things.. I don't smoke grass, I'm not getting married(yet) and I don't want to kill rafael Nadal.."
We bet Kim Sears wants to kill HIM.
Earlier, we wrote...
We're so pleased for the pair - it's no secret that the Wimbledon champion's girlfriend has consistently supported her fella throughout his career, and is always cheering him on in the stands - so we couldn't be more thrilled.
The Scottish tennis player announced his plans to marry his long term love on Twitter during a live Q&A session this afternoon.
"We are getting married just after Wimbledon, should be a great day." Andy Murray wrote to a fan.
The rumours are already twirling over where the couple will have their big day. It's rumoured that the couple will wed at Cromlix House, the hotel Andy bought for £2 million in his home town of Dunblane.
Unfortunately Burberry don't DO wedding dresses, or else we would have totally predicted a Burberry wedding frock for the gorgeous bride. Whatever Kim wears, we're sure she'll look stunning.
Congrats to the happy couple!
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