Harry Kane’s wife Kate was joined by Declan Rice’s girlfriend, Reece James’ girlfriend and Harry Maguire’s fiancée
The wives and girlfriends of England’s football team were having a blast at Wembley Stadium as Harry Kane’s wife shared a glimpse of their VIP table.
Harry, 27, married Kate in 2019 and the WAG took to Instagram to share a snap of their table filled with endless drinks.
She was joined by fellow WAGS Lauren Fryer (dating Declan Rice) , Mia McClenaghan (dating Reece James) and Fern Hawkins (engaged to Harry Maguire).
All the WAGs took picture of the lanyards with their other halves pictures on as they sat at the table.
Kate simply shared a glimpse of the drinks and items on the table and tagged their location at Wembley Stadium.
Meanwhile, Mia shared a more close-up snap of the lanyard while the menu can be seen underneath it.
Canapés for the night included duck spring rolls, mushroom gyoza, and sesame breaded king prawns. They also had many options for their starters, mains and desserts.
The WAG – who started dating Reece in early 2020 – only captioned her Instagram Story with a heart emoji.
Declan’s beau Lauren posted a similar-styled snap on her Story of the lanyard and VIP table.
She had a glass of prosecco to enjoy as England played against the Czech Republic.
A cute black Prada purse was placed on the table near a full bottle of white wine and red wine.
The next photo was a selfie of her, wearing her lanyard, as she posed with her family.
She captioned the photo with a gif that said: “Football’s coming home”.
Meanwhile, Harry’s fiancée Fern shared a snap of the family standing outside before the game.
Fern kept it casual in loose-fitting blue jeans and a black leather jacket as she smiled for the camera.
She captioned the photo with a gif that read: “It’s coming home, boys!”
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The big game comes after the wives, fiancées and girlfriends had to go through a Covid test before they were allowed to watch their other halves.
Medics from the players’ Premier League clubs screened the wives and girlfriends 48 hours in advance of kickoff.
Player liaison officials from the Football Association was present to chaperone the group, and protocols were in place to make sure that Covid regulations were adhered to.
A source told the Sun: “Plans have been put in place to keep everyone safe.
“The WAGs and families haven’t been able to watch the players at a match because of Covid, but with fans coming back, it was important they were included too.
“The FA and England boss Gareth Southgate are aware of how important family is to the players. They will play a key role this summer if England are to bring it home.”
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