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Celebrities serve up high-voltage star power at Wimbledon tournament this week

Numerous celebrities appeared in the stands of Wimbledon to watch tennis this week.
/ Source: TODAY

The sunglasses sported by spectators at Wimbledon not only shaded eyes from the sun; they also protected folks from the blinding star power generated by all the celebrities catching matches this week at the world's most prestigious tennis tournament.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 8, 2015 in London, England.Ian Walton / Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among the latest A-listers taking in a game at center court. Kate, an avid tennis fan and frequent Wimbledon spectator, enjoyed a day out without the kids as she and husband Prince William caught a quarterfinal round Wednesday. Behind them in the Royal Box was TV host and adventurer Bear Grylls and his wife.

Bear and Shara GryllsIan Walton / Getty Images

Actor Bradley Cooper also attended Wimbledon, watching Wednesday's match from the player box of his buddy Roger Federer.

Bradley Cooper and Mirka Federer on Wednesday, day nine of Wimbledon.Shaun Botterill / Getty Images

Earlier in the week, Duchess Kate’s younger sister, Pippa Middleton, watched Federer advance in a previous round.

Pippa MiddletonJulian Finney / Getty Images

The tennis tournament brought in a random mix of the business, Hollywood, and sports elite. Soccer legend David Beckham brought his look-alike son Romeo. The pair wore matching open-collared white shirts beneath blue blazers.

David Beckham and son Romeo Beckham.Ian Walton / Getty Images

Actor Kit Harington, recently (maybe) killed off on "Game of Thrones," appeared alive and well in the Wimbledon stands.

Actor Kit Harington and Liverpool and English soccer player Adam Lallana.Ian Walton / Getty Images

English mogul Richard Branson also took a break from his schedule earlier in the week to enjoy a game.

British businessman Richard Branson during a Wimbledon game Monday.Glyn Kirk / Getty Images

In addition to Cooper, other American celebrities who flew across the pond to take in some superior tennis included Oscar-winning musician John Legend and his wife, Chrissy Teigen, watching Serena Williams defeat her sister Venus Williams.

John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen on Monday.Alastair Grant / AP

Meanwhile, fellow musician Drake also got into the summertime spirit of the games.

Drake looks on during day eight of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships.Ian Walton / Getty Images

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