Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has attended Wimbledon as a guest in the Royal Box several times in recent years, taking in the action from tennis’ best seat in 2012 and 2013. While she wasn’t in the stands for the 2015 ladies’ final between Serena Williams and Garbiñe Muguruza on Saturday, Rowling certainly made her presence — and her rooting interests — felt on social media and — dare I say — cast a spell over all of tennis Twitter.
*shows self out*
Okay, so this is a whole lot of #slay in one photo.
As reigning queen of England — sorry, Elizabeth — it’s only natural that Rowling be emotionally invested in her country’s greatest sporting event.
Even if she herself isn’t very good at it.
Rowling’s loyalties were testing by Muguruza’s thumping game, and her fight back, as the Spaniard rallied from *1-5 in the second set to get back on serve.
But in the end, Rowling’s fandom — and Serena’s history-making effort — reigned supreme on the day.
She even took time out of her celebrating to drag the haters quicker than you could spell Hogwarts.
Tennis Twitter welcomed her with open arms.
Come back soon, J.K. We’ll save a seat for you.