Once Andy Murray had stopped crying after his second Wimbledon win, it was time for him to say a few thank yous.
And along with thanking his team and his family following the straight sets win, the British number one also gave a shoutout to Prime Minister David Cameron, who was watching from the Royal Box.
How did that go down?
-- Jack Riley (@_JackRiley) July 10, 2016
Well, it was initially met by cheers from the moneyed Wimbledon crowd.
But once they died away there was the unmistakable sounds of a few boos in the background. Awkward.
Murray thanks "the Prime Minister of the country" for turning up. Low chorus of boos for Cameron. Dave's looked quite glum all afternoon
-- ian herbert (@ianherbs) July 10, 2016
Murray certainly set Cameron up for a pretty bad slapping from his adoring public.
-- Irvine Welsh (@IrvineWelsh) July 10, 2016
Cameron booed when he is referenced by Murray. He's probably figuring that if even gets catcalls on Centre Court he's best off out of it.
-- Owen Gibson (@owen_g) July 10, 2016
Cameron getting booed not quite up there with Osborne at the Paralympics or Blatter at the Olympics, but a decent boo nonetheless.
-- Tom Phillips (@flashboy) July 10, 2016
Cameron looked mortified there. "I knew I shouldn't have left the house"
-- Tracey Thorn (@tracey_thorn) July 10, 2016
Cheer up though, Dave - at least you got a mention.
Some people didn't even get that...
Nicola Sturgeon will be raging Murray mentioned Cameron there and not her
-- Kev (@Geddes1989) July 10, 2016