PHOTOS: Andy Murray Pictured Heading Into Dunblane Cathedral Ahead Of His Wedding To Kim Sears

He's getting married in the morning
Preparations are well and truly underway for Andy Murray's wedding to Kim Sears. And the tennis pro looked cool and calm as he was pictured arriving at Dunblane Cathedral today [April 10]. The sporting ace and his gorgeous bride-to-be will tie the knot in his hometown of Dunblane, Scotland tomorrow. Andy showed no signs of last-minute nerves as he entered the cathedral dressed in a casual shirt, dark trousers and trainers.

Andy Murray
Andy Murray arriving at Dunblane Cathedral
Earlier today [April 10] decorations were seen being brought into the town's cathedral as workers make sure everything is perfect for Andy and his fiancee. The locals have certainly been getting in the spirit and showing their local hero support as he prepares for his and Kim's weddingFrom cheery messages in shop windows to handmade cards, it's a lovely tribute from residents of the small cathedral town.

Andy Murray and Kim Sears' wedding

One local admirer showed off a card from Andy's fiancée, thanking them for the gift of a garter ahead of the big day. The letter read: "We are really excited for our big day in a month's time and are happy to be celebrating our wedding in Dunblane. "Thank you again for your thoughtfulness and generosity. Best wishes, Kim Sears x"
Andy Murray and Kim Sears' wedding

Meanwhile, a local cafe is offering a range of tasty treats themed on the big day. Fans of the tennis ace can celebrate with 'Andy's Wimbledon bangers', while his wife is honoured with her own dish, 'Kim's big day sausages'. The menu will also recognise the couple together, with the adorably-named 'sweetheart burgers'
Andy Murray and Kim Sears' wedding

Sir Alex Ferguson, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are among the A-list names that have been snubbed an invite to Andy's wedding to Kim Sears. Murray is set to tie the knot with bride-to-be Sears at Dunblane Cathedral on Saturday, but the Scotsman has opted against a ceremony littered with big names. Even his best friends and closest competitors on the court will not be at the event,with Djokovic, Federer and Rafael Nadal all uninvited. Djokovic replied "not invited" when asked about his attendance at the ceremony on Sunday night. "But I wish him all the best," he added.

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