England WAGs travel to Wembley with balloons and tunes living every fan’s dream
England's WAGs are getting the party started early ahead of the Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark.
The Three Lions take on the Danes at Wembley for a place in the final against Italy after they beat Spain on Tuesday.
And not to be outdone by their Scandinavian counterparts, England's WAGs are already in the mood for the match.
Megan Davison, wife of goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, and Fern Hawkins, who is engaged to Harry Maguire, each posted Instagram stories showing the inside of what appears to be a mini-bus, decked out head-to-toe in Three Lions merchandise and heading to Wembley.
The clips showed the bus covered in England flags, balloons, bunting and hats and even had Three Lions blaring in the background.
Davison, who tied the knot with childhood sweetheart and Everton stopper Pickford last year, posted two stories to Instagram.
The first was captioned: "On the way for my princess @_fernhawkins Wembley here we come."
While the second clip read: "On my way @jpickford1."
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Hawkins added a video of her own, saying: "Come on the boys @harrymaguire93 @jpickford1."
England's WAGs will be hoping their men can do the business at Wembley and secure the country a first appearance in the European Championship final.
Maguire and Pickford have been integral to the Three Lions' success at the back at the tournament so far, keeping five clean sheets in five matches.
Pickford, often a target of criticism for England fans, has been particularly impressive and has already won the competition's Golden Glove award.
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Another clean sheet against Denmark will likely put his side on the cusp of Euros glory and end England's 55-year wait for success in a major tournament.
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