He never fails to look stylish when he steps out to socialise.
The TV personality, 48, looked sharp as he mingled with the Irish actress, 34, who looked stylish in a yellow and blue number, as the two led the celebrity arrivals at the annual sporting event.
Game, set, match: Dermot O’Leary cut a dapper figure in a blue suit and buttonless polo shirt as he led the celebrity arrivals on day two of Wimbledon on Tuesday
Arriving at the event earlier, Dermot caught the eyes as he layered his blazer over a buttonless navy polo shirt and looked effortlessly cool as he added a pair of black wayfarer sunglasses.
Dermot swept his well-groomed chestnut tresses to one size and let his entry pass swing around his neck as he walked.
The X-factor presenter looked ready for summer in the lightweight suit despite downpours raining down across the courts on Monday.
A-list guests: Dermot was joined at the tournament by Derry Girls actress Nicola Coughlan, 34, who looked chic in a open-collared mini dress with blue panelling
Dermot was the joined at the tournament by Derry Girls actress Nicola, who looked chic in an open-collared mini dress with blue panelling.
The pair grinned as they stood in the Evian VIP tournament ahead of the first Centre Court showdown match.
Nicola and Dermot were later seen taking in the action as they watched a match alongside their pals.
Optimistic: The X-factor presenter looked ready for summer in the lightweight suit despite downpours raining down across the courts on Monday
Stylish: He layered his blazer over a buttonless navy polo shirt and looked effortlessly cool as he added a pair of black wayfarer sunglasses
While Dermot sat alongside a male friend, Nicola was seen snapping selfies with pal Camilla Whitehill in the audience.
The second day of the Championships – being held for the first time in two years – is predicted to have a brighter start, with chances of cloud and highs of 18C.
However, the rain will soon fall with Met Office forecasters predicting its arrival from 2pm onwards – prompting fears of more delays and possible postponements.
Engrossed: Nicola and Dermot were later seen taking in the action as they watched a match alongside their pals
Watching closely: Dermot appeared very engaged in the match as he sat alongside a male pal
Fun times: TV star Nicola meanwhile snapped selfies alongside pal Camilla Whitehill
On the ball: Dermot and Nicola led the all-star attendees at day two of Wimbledon
Tuesday will see Roger Federer playing Adrian Mannarino on Centre Court from 2.45pm, after Brit Dan Evans was among the first games to start at 11am.
Laura Mvula also put on a stylish display as she stepped out at The Championships in an oversized tan jacket with large shoulder pads.
The singer, 35, layered the statement jacket over a grey T-shirt dress and completed the look with some metallic heeled sandals.
Away from the VIP tent, The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC) will allow fans to exit and re-enter the stadium ahead of the match at 5pm so they can watch the football in nearby pubs.
Ticket holders were also told they can watch today’s England vs Germany Euro 2020 match on their phones as long as cheering is kept to a minimum, amid concerns Wimbledon seats will be empty at kick-off.
Stepping out: Laura Mvula also put on a stylish display as she stepped out at The Championships in an oversized tan jacket with large shoulder pads
Medical professionals who helped develop the coronavirus vaccine were given a standing ovation on Centre Court ahead of the first match there on Monday.
Organisers have issued hundreds of free tickets to key workers and other ‘inspirational individuals’ by way of saying thank you for their ‘important work’ during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dermot’s stylish outing at The Championships comes after it was reported on Sunday that he is lined up to replace Phillip Schofield on This Morning.
Plans: Dermot’s stylish outing at The Championships comes after it was reported on Sunday that he is lined up to replace Phillip Schofield (right) on This Morning.
Dermot currently co-presents the daytime show with Alison Hammond on Fridays, with Phillip, 59, and co-host Holly Willoughby fronting This Morning during the remainder of the week, outside of holidays.
And The Mirror reports that Dermot has proved so popular with viewers that bosses of the show have factored him in as a ‘back up’, should Phillip decide to depart.
The publication stated: ‘While Phillip has a great relationship with his co-presenter Holly Willoughby, both on and off the screen, it is hoped that Dermot could also have that spark if he had to step in for Phillip.’
There has, so far, been no public suggestion that Phillip is planning to step away from This Morning, which he has hosted since 2002, with Holly joining him in 2009.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Dermot O’Leary and Phillip Schofield for comment.
New hosting role: Dermot currently co-hosts This Morning with Alison Hammond on Fridays