Andy Murray and his brother Jamie have arrived at Dunblane Cathedral for his wedding to long term girlfriend Kim Sears.
The British tennis number one was greeted by a huge cheer from the gathered crowd as he entered the venue in his home town where the couple will shortly exchange vows.
Ahead of his wedding today, Andy Murray used a series of emoticons to portray his mood on Twitter.
The tennis star will marry his long-term girlfriend Kim Sears at Dunblane Cathedral in his hometown.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has send her "best wishes" to tennis star Andy Murray ahead of his marriage to Kim Sears today.
Hundreds of locals are expected to gather outside the 12th-century building to catch a glimpse of the pair who met as teenagers and have been together for more than nine years. The proud Perthshire community has spent the last few days decorating the high street with bunting in preparation for the celebration which will be reported around the globe.
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Andy Murray is set to add former world number four Jonas Bjorkman to his coaching team.
The Scot has been looking for a second coach to work alongside Amelie Mauresmo since splitting from long-time team member Dani Vallverdu in November.
Swede Bjorkman will spend a week with Murray at some point in the next month with a view to joining the team on a permanent basis.
Andy Murray wrapped up a Davis Cup triumph for Great Britain with a straight-sets victory over American number one John Isner.
Murray saved three set points before taking the opener on a tie-break and he remained in control after that to claim a 7-6 (7/4) 6-3 7-6 (7/4) victory in Glasgow.
The win sealed a 3-1 triumph over the United States and set up a World Group quarter-final tie against France.
Andy Murray saw off American Derek Young in four sets in Great Britain's opening Davis Cup clash with USA.
The Scotsman won 6-1 6-1 4-6 6-2 to give Great Britain the advantage in the early tie.
An out-of-sorts Andy Murray lost in straight sets to Croatian teenager Borna Coric to crash out of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships on Thursday.
Murray thrashed Coric in a Davis Cup singles tie in September 2013 in their only other previous meeting, but was second best throughout Thursday's quarter-final encounter as the 18-year-old Coric won 6-1 6-3 in one hour and 19 minutes.
Coric's reward for claiming the world number three's scalp is a semi-final match against Roger Federer, providing the Swiss world number two can successfully overcome Richard Gasquet later.