Jodie Comer looked radiant while watching Alena Rybakina’s battle with Kazahhan incl Gill from Tunisia in the women’s singles final on Day 13 of Wimbledon on Saturday.

The Killing Eve star, 29, stunned in an emerald green dress as she chatted with the Hollywood star Tom Cruise in the royal lodge.

On Center Court, the two actors appeared to be engrossed in the discussion, leaning over the guests to enjoy the conversation.

Catching up: Jodie Comer stunned in a plunging emerald gown as she chatted with Tom Cruise in the royal box at the Wimbledon women’s singles final on Saturday

Looking jovial, Jodie was typically upbeat as she kept smiling as she watched the biggest game of the tournament.

The award-winning actress stunned in a very chic vest dress and seventies-style sunglasses.

She sported flawless make-up with bare lips and her strawberry blonde locks were worn in loose waves with a center parting.

Meanwhile, Tom looked dapper in a navy blue suit, which he wore with a white shirt and light blue tie, as well as his trademark head of messy brown hair.

Tennis fan: Looking cheerful, Jodi was typically upbeat as she kept smiling as she watched the biggest game of the tournament.

Tennis fan: Looking cheerful, Jodi was typically upbeat as she kept smiling as she watched the biggest game of the tournament.

Gorgeous: The 29-year-old star

Gorgeous: The 29-year-old Killing Eve star stunned in an emerald green dress

Glowing: The award-winning actress stunned in a super-chic vest dress and seventies-style sunglasses

Glowing: The award-winning actress stunned in a super-chic vest dress and seventies-style sunglasses

Silence: Jodie and guests in the royal box looked pensive as they watched Alena Rybakina of Kazakhstan take on Ons Jabert of Tunisia in the women's singles final.

Silence: Jodie and guests in the royal box looked pensive as they watched Alena Rybakina of Kazakhstan take on Ons Jabert of Tunisia in the women’s singles final.

The exit comes after Jodie made her final West End bow after appearing in her one-man play Prima Facie last month.

After the success of the show, she will not go to the bright lights of Broadway, but will go with her play to the United States.

Comer’s production portrays a brilliant lawyer who has risen from her working-class background to the top of the profession when an unexpected event forces her “to confront the line where the patriarchal force of law, the burden of proof, and morality diverge.”

Applause: The award-winning actress was ready for her game as she clapped her hands during the finale

Applause: The award-winning actress was ready for her game as she clapped her hands during the finale

Sharing the news on Instagram, along with a photo of herself in tears, Comer wrote: “It’s an honor to be a part of telling this story and I’m so excited that next week isn’t the end.

“It means so much to see and hear so many positive responses from you.

“Thanks to everyone who supported the show and a special shout out to those who traveled thousands of miles, it’s our turn now. I love you Tess, we’re going to BROADWAY!”.

Radiant: She sported a flawless make-up look with bare lips and her strawberry blonde locks were worn in centre-parted waves

Radiant: She sported a flawless make-up look with bare lips and her strawberry blonde locks were worn in centre-parted waves

The twosome: The tennis aficionado was joined by a female friend who also looked stunning in blue

The twosome: The tennis aficionado was joined by a female friend who also looked stunning in blue

It comes after she was reportedly at the center of a security scare last month after an overzealous fan allegedly tried to sneak under a curtain to the theater stage door of her play.

Her popularity has undoubtedly increased since she won the leading actress gong for her role in Channel 4’s Help at this year’s BAFTA Television Awards held at London’s Royal Festival Hall earlier this month.

The star, who won the category in 2019 for Killing Eve, admitted she was “very nervous” as she walked on stage to accept the award for her outstanding performance in the pandemic drama.

Exciting!  Jodie will swap the West End theater boards for the bright lights of Broadway when she heads to the US with her one-man play (she's pictured crying as she tells fans).

Exciting! Jodie will swap the West End theater boards for the bright lights of Broadway when she heads to the US with her one-man play (she’s pictured crying as she tells fans).

The Liverpool-born actress won praise for her role in the BBC spy thriller Killing Eve, in which she stars as Russian assassin Villanelle alongside Sandra Oh as Eva Polastra.

She also starred alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest names in Sir Ridley Scott’s historical epic The Last Duel alongside Matt Damon and Ben Affleck and the sci-fi comedy Freelancer with Ryan Reynolds.

At this year’s Bafta ceremony, Comer won the award for leading actress for her role in Channel 4’s fictional drama Help, set in a nursing home in Liverpool during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

Kamer confirmed that Prima Facie will open on Broadway in 2023.

Important: in the production of Komer, the image of a brilliant lawyer who made her way from the working class to the top of the profession

Important: in the production of Komer, the image of a brilliant lawyer who made her way from the working class to the top of the profession

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