Andy Murray carried the Olympic Torch today at Wimbledon's Centre Court in the run up to the London 2012 Games. Murray returned to the court after being defeated by Wimbledon champion Roger Federer earlier this month.
Tennis players Andy Murray and Venus Williams have arrived with the Olympic Torch on Murray Mound at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, before the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The Olympic Flame will be carried on the London Underground tomorrow in a special visit away from the main Torch route.
Service Operator John Light, 64, will hold the Torch as a train adorned with the Olympic Rings travels along the District Line from Wimbledon to Wimbledon Park.
Former England footballer Michael Owen bought the Olympic flame to the Battersea Dogs and Cats home today, where he was honoured by 50 canine residents at the famous rescue centre.
British actor Sir Patrick Stewart told ITV London that he will "never forget today", after carrying the Olympic Torch through Croydon. Sir Patrick said that even world film premieres "did not have the excitement" that the Olympic Torch relay had.
Sir Patrick Stewart, also known as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, has carried the Olympic torch in Croydon.
The torch is now having a break from its star-studded tour as the runners have lunch.
It'll continue its journey at 2pm and head towards Wimbledon.
Some of this morning's Olympic Torch relay runners as they carried it through south London.
It started Day 66 in Lewisham and later this afternoon it will be carried around the All England Tennis Club at Wimbledon by Venus Williams and Andy Murray.
Then tonight, the flame will be taken into the homes of millions as EastEnder Billy Mitchell carries the torch through fictional Walford, E20.
Doreen Lawrence has taken the Olympic torch to the learning centre she set up in the memory of her son, Stephen Lawrence in Deptford, south-east London.
Mrs Lawrence fought for years for justice for Stephen, who was murdered in a racist attack in Eltham, south-east London in 1993. Her campaign helped sparked the Macpherson Inquiry, which found the Metropolitan Police to be "insitutionally racist".
Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, was one of the first to carry the Olympic torch this morning as it makes its way from Lewisham through South London.
She describes the honour at being asked to take part in Day 66 of the torch relay.