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The 35-year-old tennis champ, who announced earlier this week that he will not be competing in the 2017 French Open, attended Middleton's wedding to James Matthews with his wife, Mirka, on Saturday.
A source tells Et that the crowd cheered for Federer as he walked up the path to St. Mark's Church in Englefield, England, with Mirka, who wore a gold sparkling dress.
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Other celebrity guests included ITV news anchor Tom Bradby and his jewelry designer wife, Claudia, as well as former Byker Grove star -- and James Middleton's girlfriend -- Donna Air, who wore a long, flowing pale yellow dress and matching pillbox hat.
This year will be the first year since Federer turned pro in 1998 that he will not play »
Do we have a new 007 in our future?
“I can say two things. I’m English and I look devilishly handsome in a suit,” the 37-year-old said. “I can say three things… and nobody has called me about playing James Bond, so I’m pretty sure that’s not going to happen.”
“They’re calling me nonstop,” the Late Night host joked in return. “They wanna go a different way with Bond, apparently.”
Watch: Charlie Hunnam Talks Packing on 20 Pounds of Muscle for 'King Arthur,' Fighting for the Role
Although it doesn’t sound like Hunnam has been gunning for a Bond role, he doesn’t sound opposed to it either!
“If you decide not to do it, you can just »
Rob Leane May 17, 2017
As I awkwardly shambled into a fancy London hotel room to interview Charlie Hunnam, I had no clue what to expect from the man. The British born actor has played hard nuts on several occasions, across projects such as Green Street and Sons Of Anarchy. His latest role, a rough and ready rendition of King Arthur for Snatch’s Guy Ritchie, seems to fit in with that lot.
But Hunnam has also worked with indie darlings like Guillermo del Toro and James Gray. As well as pulling swords from stones, murdering motorbike enthusiasts and scrapping on the streets of London, he’s battled kaiju, explored strange new worlds, dabbled in period pieces, and much more. It all adds up to a very diverse CV, »
The National Film and Television School (Nfts) has revealed the winners of its 2017 prizes for graduating students.
Presented at the annual Nfts graduate show – taking place at Picturehouse Central in London between February 20-21 – the awards highlight the last 12 months of graduate productions from Nfts students.
The most promising Nfts student prize went to Andrew Oldbury, whose numerous short film credits include Faithful, which was nominated for best short film at the 2016 Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Oldbury also took a prize handed out for health and safety management in film production, shared with Aaron Hillier.
Chris Auty, Nfts head of producing praised Oldbury: “During his time at Nfts, Andrew has been known for his generosity, persistence and willingness to reach out beyond his area doing stellar work across live fiction as well as projects outside his comfort zone including games and television entertainment.”
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