By Daily Mail Reporter
Her boyfriend may earn millions of pounds a year and even be a Grand Slam champion by the end of next week.
But Kim Sears has revealed that she is not content to live off Andy Murray, and wants a job of her own.
TV commentator Andrew Castle revealed her job struggle during the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club, which was won by Murray.
Miss Sears, 23, graduated from Sussex University last year with aspirations to become an actress. She is also reputedly a talented artist.
But recently she has spent more time with Andy, 24, on his travels around the world to tournaments including the French Open in Paris in May.
The couple share a £5 million six-bedroom home in Oxshott, Surrey, which they moved into in 2009.
While commentating on Queen's tournament, former GMTV presenter Castle said: 'I was speaking to Kim's dad Nigel (a tennis coach) and he said Kim is struggling right now to find a job.
'So if anyone out there is listening there's a lovely young lady who wants a job.
Couple: Andy Murray (left) and Kim Sears (right) met in South Africa
He added: 'This could be the first time someone gets a job via a TV commentary.'
In an interview in 2009, Andy said: 'She doesn't want to follow me around on tour.
'She wants to have her own career, not just pose in Hello magazine.'
She has made it clear she has no desire to be in the public spotlight like a football WAG.
She is reported to have once said: 'It's not about me, it's about Andy.'
While at Worth School in Sussex she appeared in a number of plays in their performing arts centre.
It included Shakespeare's Measure for Measure.
The pair met at a party in South Africa when Kim was only 18.
She was travelling the tennis circuit with her father Nigel, who is head of the women's section of the Lawn Tennis Association.
Andy helped her with an A-level art project when she was at school by posing for a painting.