Judy Murray joins Cameo: Tennis star Andy’s mother is latest celeb to join online message service where she offers training tips and shout-outs for £22 a time

Judy Murray is charging fans £22 each to send them tennis and dancing tips online.

Jamie, the mother of Grand Slam champs Andy and Jamie, has signed up for Cameo. This website allows celebrities to send personalized messages.

Ms Murray records a video for individuals for £22 whereas businesses are being charged a higher rate of £259 for ‘engaging video content’.

A former Strictly come Dancing contestant also offers shout-outs to celebrate birthdays or other special events on the site.

She is the latest in a long line of celebrities to join the app, including Nigel Farage and actor James Buckley, who reportedly made more than £500,000 from the site.

Judy Murray is charging fans £22 each to send them tennis and dancing tips online

Judy Murray is charging fans £22 each to send them tennis and dancing tips online

The mother of Grand Slam champions Andy and Jamie has signed up to website Cameo, which provides personalised messages from celebrities for a fee

Cameo allows celebrities to send personalized messages to the mother of Grand Slam champions Andy & Jamie.

Judy Murray, 62, stated in a recorded video to announce her Cameo appearance: “Hi! I’m Judy Murray. I just joined Cameo.

“If you are looking for something to shout out for someone special, or even for yourself or your family, or just a tip for tennis or dancing please let me know.

Rachel sent this clip to her fan. She said: “Hello Rachel. Sorry for crash your 21st Birthday, but somebody insisted that we make a short video for you.

“I was also informed that you are training to become a physiotherapist so I secretly hope that you will be a sports-physiotherapist because there is a need for more female athletes in the workforce.

She said, “Hope you have an amazing day. I hope it’s filled with fun, food and fizz.

The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant is also offering 'shout-outs' for birthdays and other special occasions on the site

Former Strictly Come dancing contestant offers shout-outs for special occasions and birthdays on the website

Ms Murray will send a video message to you within 24 hours after receiving your request.

Strictly: The Tennis Coach appeared on Strictly 2014, and she survived for 8 weeks despite admitting to being the “worst” dancer.

Craig Revel Horwood described her as possessing the “rhythm of a shopmannequin”.

Cameo was established six years ago to facilitate contact between celebrities and athletes, actors and fans. They respond to messages requesting birthdays, congratulations and any other types of video messages.

Last year Scots actor Brian Cox joined the site and is charging fans to tell them to ‘F**k off’ in the style of his Logan Roy character from Succession.

Star from Dundee, she is 75 years old and offers birthday wishes and encouragement to budding actors.