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Wednesday 23rd October 2019

Andy Murray’s wife Kim sparks pregnancy rumours at Wimbledon

Fans claimed she was wearing a maternity top

Andy Murray's wife Kim sparked pregnancy rumours as she attended Wimbledon yesterday.

The 31-year-old attended SW19 to cheer on her husband and his mixed doubles partner Serena Williams in their second round match.

Is Kim expecting? (Credit: Shutterstock)

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But fans were quick to spot something about Kim's outfit at the tournament, leaving them wondering if she's expecting the couple's third baby.

Many Wimbledon fans claimed Kim was sporting a £55 Freida maternity top with a pair of grey skinny jeans.

Fans claimed Kim was wearing a maternity top (Credit: Shutterstock)

One fan wrote on Twitter: "Anyone else think there maybe the tiny patter of little Murray feet on the way.

"There's been a few times I've thought Kim looked pregnant both at # & a few weeks back at Queens, fabulous news if they are..."

Kim Sears is that a baby bump I see?

Another said: "Is Kim Sears pregnant again?" while a third tweeted: "Kim Sears is that a baby bump I see?"

Ent Daily has contacted reps for Kim for comment.

Andy and Kim tied the knot in 2015 and have two children together - Sophia, three, and Edie, one.

Tennis legend Andy has just returned to playing tennis after having hip surgery.

After his match with Serena, Andy said: "Overall we both played well. If she continues to return like that, then we have a good chance. For me now, all matches are good. Doubles especially are good for the reactions and reflexes, something which has helped me in the last four or five weeks."

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In January, Andy shared photos from a hospital bed as he told fans about his hip surgery.

He said: "I underwent a hip resurfacing surgery in London yesterday morning... feeling a bit battered and bruised just now but hopefully that will be the end of my hip pain."

Earlier that month, Andy had announced his retirement and said Wimbledon would be his last tournament.

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