Wimbledon 2019: Lionesses enjoy day out in Royal Box

The Lionesses were joined by head coach Phil Neville and the FA's head of women's football, Baroness Campbell

Swapping their football boots for high heels, England's Lionesses enjoyed a day to remember at Wimbledon on Tuesday.

Perhaps it is a sign of the impact their run to the World Cup semi-final has had that they were invited as guests of honour in the Royal Box on Centre Court.

They had the disappointment of watching British number one Johanna Konta exit the women's singles, but were entertained by SerAndy/Murena as they won their mixed doubles match.

Coach Phil Neville, along with his wife Julie, was joined by the likes of Jill Scott, Karen Carney and Toni Duggan. So what did they get up to? Let's take a look.

Georgia Stanway and Leah Williamson arrive at Wimbledon
Smile for the paparazzi! Georgia Stanway and Leah Williamson arrive at Wimbledon to be greeted by photographers
Clare Balding interviews Demi Stokes, Karen Carney and Carly Telford
Demi Stokes, Karen Carney and Carly Telford paid a visit to the broadcast centre roof for a round of interviews upon their arrival. Here they are with Clare Balding.
Kelly Holmes tweet showing a photo of her with the Lionesses, with the caption "with the fab Lionesses"
Before they took their seats in the Royal Box, the Lionesses enjoyed a slap-up meal. Dame Kelly Holmes took her opportunity to get a photo - because why wouldn't you?
Lucy Staniforth takes a selfie with Demi Stokes
One for the photo album. Lucy Staniforth takes a Royal Box selfie with Demi Stokes.
Abbie McManus and Toni Duggan
Toni Duggan made the most of the Royal Box freebies as she sat next to defender Abbie McManus
Toni Duggan tweet displaying a photo of her with Toni Duggan, with the caption: "Are you even at Wimbledon if you don't see the queen of tennis Judy Murray? Can't wait for Andy Murray Serena Williams"
Striker Duggan then grasped her opportunity for a selfie with Judy Murray. "Say strawberries!"
Jill Scott holds a fan
Despite experiencing a heatwave in France, midfielder Jill Scott still needed to cool down in the London sun
Phil Neville looks at his watch
"Is it time for Andy and Serena yet?" thinks Phil Neville. Or at least that's what we're imagining he was thinking...

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