Mirka Federer brings all four kids to Wimbledon... AND she wears white
Mirka Federer, we salute you.
The wife of Roger - who today beat Croatian Marin Cilic on Centre Court - brought along her four kids under the age of nine to Wimbledon... AND she wore a white dress.
Not just any old white dress either: Mirka otped for Valentino - wearing the Italian designer's recent cotton-blend lace midi-dress.
Firstly, she managed to keep her clothes clean. And secondly the children - twins girls aged eight and twins boys aged three - also looked immaculate but the end of the game too (lucky dad won in straight sets).
The boys -Leo and Lennart - were dressed in jackets, shirts, and chinos; while the girls - Myla Rose and Charlene Riva - had pretty floral dresses, sparkly sandals, and cardigans.
She wasn't the only one to shun colour either.
Yes, with Wimbledon's famously strict rules dictating that players must wear all-white while at the London club, it seems fitting that some of tennis's most high-profile fans followed suit over the weekend.
The Duchess Of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton also opted for white dresses to watch the men's Centre Court final on Sunday.
Pippa, 33, wore a really pretty white tiered floral dress which she paired with a green Tory Burch bag and wedges.
Duchess Catherine, meanwhile, was in the royal box (natch) and stood out in a white, knee-length dress with a meadow floral pattern from the hem to waist.
At 35, Federer became the oldest man in the open era to lift the Wimbledon trophy.