Exclusive: Andy Murray’s wife Kim rules out having more children as she focuses on new ‘passion project’

Cromlix is where both Kim and Andy Murray tied the knot in 2015

Kim Murray is often seen courtside, cheering on her three-time Grand Slam-winning husband Andy Murray each time Wimbledon rolls around. And next month will be particularly poignant as it will be ten years since the tennis star first raised the Wimbledon trophy above his head.



“I think a couple of my sponsors have plans to mark the anniversary, but I won’t be doing anything personally,” Andy exclusively told HELLO!. “I’m just glad to still be playing there ten years on.”

Last week, Andy was again triumphant with a victory at the Lexus Surbiton Trophy, where he was supported by his loved ones. “It’s great he is still so focussed,” his wife Kim revealed. “He goes out there wanting to win every single match and we are very proud of him.”


Despite being plagued by injuries in recent years and experiencing some lows alongside his historic highs at SW19, Andy is feeling hopeful this summer. “I’m pleased with how things went at Surbiton last week,” he told us. “I felt like I was playing well and I’m feeling good moving on the grass.



Away from tennis and being on the school run, the couple are holding court at Cromlix, their beautiful countryside hotel in Dunblane.

The 15-room establishment, purchased ten years ago, holds a special place in the Murray household as it was the venue for their wedding reception in 2015 while Andy’s brother, Jamie, also held his nuptials in the on-site chapel five years prior.




Now eight years on from their big day and four children later, spending time there has “been really special”. Kim explained: “The children love going up there and being in Scotland. Their favourite thing is going to see the chickens at the hotel, and having afternoon tea – the chef always spoils them when they visit.”


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