Tim Henman gives the London’s first guest of honour a tour of Wimbledon

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Tim Henman gives the London’s first guest of honour a tour of Wimbledon

Last year we reported how a 24-year-old from California had won a competition to become London's official Guest of Honour.

Adaeze Uyanwah won the international search, carried out by the Mayor of London's promotional company.

A few months later the student teacher has now arrived in the capital, and her first engagement was a tour of Wimbledon where she met the former tennis star, Tim Henman.

The self-confessed anglophile said it is the heritage of our capital that drew her to enter the competition. She has been live tweeting her trip around the capital.

We went to meet this guest of honour, and found out how she loves the capital.

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