11 Reasons Why Lewis Hamilton's Outfit Was A Complete No-No For Wimbledon
But when it came to celeb spotting once the match was underway we couldn't help but wonder where he'd got to, considering Bradley Cooper and Benedict Cumberbatch had managed to find their seats okay.
Unfortunately for Lewis he didn't quite get around to reading the small print on his invite and got refused entry for the event, so we've put together 11 reasons why it was probably for the best that he wasn't allowed in...
The Lawn Tennis Association dress code for the Royal Box is pretty strict
As you would expect for such a swanky event as the Wimbledon men's singles final!
Men invited are expected to wear a jacket, tie and shoes - this isn't a smart casual affair
Someone may have to remind Lewis the difference between smart and smart casual.
With Lewis not wearing a jacket or tie he was refused entry… #awks
Lewis clearly didn’t get the memo (or read the small print on his fancy invite) as he arrived in his bright floral number
And as you can see from his Instagram, he loves his floral print (but maybe not for Wimbledon, darling).
To be honest that shirt would have distracted Djokovic and Federer from their match
Come on Lewis! These men need to concentrate when playing the biggest match of the tournament.
He counted his chickens before they hatched by posting his invite on Instagram
Lewis was clearly super excited for the event as he posted this on his Instragram: "On my way to Wimbledon to watch the final! Honoured to have been invited to watch the men's finals from the Royal Box!"
The Cumberbatches would have only showed him up
When you have Sherlock himself (and his Dad!!) just one row behind you, perhaps it was for Lewis’ own good that he didn’t get let in.
Bradley Cooper was also in the Royal Box, and he was looking dapper as always
We wished Mr Cooper had got more air time as we could have definitely just watched him all day.
With previous Wimbledon winners in center court for the match, tennis royalty would have surrounded him
Bjorn Borg, Chris Evert and Rod Laver were all there to watch the big match.
And with everyone swooning over Hugh Grant, he wouldn't have stood a chance
He posted a pretty sulky photo during the match where he definitely wasn’t in his seat…
Chin up Lewis! There's always next year.