Footballer Harry Kane’s wife took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a photo of their three children wearing soccer strips.
The post came ahead of the England vs Germany match and the photo shows the house has been decorated with a giant flag and Harry Kane flag.
Kate, 27, dressed their children in a soccer top that reads ‘Daddy’ on the back with the number nine, which appears on the shirt of Kane, 27.
How cute: Harry Kane’s wife Kate shared a sweet photo of their three children wearing their dad’s soccer strip ahead of the England V Germany game on Instagram on Tuesday
Childhood sweethearts: The pair have been together since school and Harry Kane, 27, says he ‘married his best friend’; photo in June 2021
Cheers to the team: Kate uses three lion emojis to show her support for her husband’s team in this adorable photo on Instagram
The photo shows the couple’s three children, Ivy, four, Vivienne, two, and Louis, five months, getting into the football spirit with the girls pregnant and red ribbons in their hair.
She captioned the photo, ‘We love you, Daddy…’ with a heart, hand and love flag emoji. She then tagged it and put three lion emojis to show her support for her husband’s team.
Kate then uploaded a photo of herself as she gave her support behind her beloved husband.
The mother-of-three snaps a selfie in the mirror of herself wearing a blue British top tucked into a pair of pale ripped jeans.
Let’s go! Kate then posted a photo of herself in an English blue top and ripped jeans as she gave her support behind her beloved husband
She added white sneakers and a bright green handbag to her look, with the caption: ‘Let’s go.’
The childhood sweethearts have been together since 2012, and Kate has been their supporter to boost her husband’s career.
The former fitness instructor has been cheering from the sidelines throughout the Euro 2021 tournament.
Football fans: The former fitness instructor has cheered from the sidelines throughout the Euro 2021 tournament; photo in June 2021
England will play their knockout campaign with a tantalizing encounter against historic rivals Germany at home.
England and Germany are no strangers to cup competitions.
The Three Lions claimed their only World Cup win with a win over tonight’s opponents in 1966, thanks to a historic Geoff Hurst hat-trick.
The last 16 match between England and Germany will take place on Tuesday, 29 June.
The match will kick off at 5pm BST and will be played at Wembley Stadium, which is expected to seat 45,000 fans.
Elsewhere, potential quarter-final opponents Sweden and Ukraine play their last 16 clash later tonight, with kick-off at 8pm.
Tonight evening: The last 16 match between England and Germany will take place on Tuesday, 26 June at 5pm