Wimbledon is celebrating the birth of Andy Murray’s daughter with pink ribbons tied to his golden postbox in SW19.
A bright pink ribbon was today tied to the gold postbox dedicated to the new father outside The All England Club.
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The 28-year-old won Olympic gold in 2012 and Wimbledon in 2013, sending the nation crazy.
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Judy Murray tweeted her delight at Murray’s similarly decorated golden postbox in Dunblane.
Former tennis star Annabel Croft and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon were among those to send messages of congratulations.
Congratulations Kim & @andy_murray on the birth of their baby daughter. Fantastic news
— Annabel Croft (@Annabel_Croft) February 9, 2016
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) February 9, 2016
Kim and Andy Murray have had a baby girl -huge congrats @judmoo – great news for Fed Cup team 2036….🍼
— Gabby Logan (@GabbyLogan) February 9, 2016
Last month, Murray reached the final of the Australian Open but insisted he would leave Melbourne if his wife, Kim Sears, went into labour.
Kim gave birth on Sunday, and the couple announced the news earlier today.
Murray’s grandmorther, Shirley Erskine, expressed her delight at the news after he sent her a text message on Sunday.
Murray, the number two player in the world, is now expected to take some time off, but will return in time to play in the French Open in May.