Euro 2016: England footballers find comfort in their WAGs after exit
A few of England's beaten footballers on Monday found comfort in the arms of their wives and girlfriends moments after their 1-2 defeat to Iceland ended their Euro 2016 campaign in the pre-quarterfinal stage
Nice: A few of England's beaten footballers on Monday found comfort in the arms of their wives and girlfriends moments after their 1-2 defeat to Iceland ended their Euro 2016 campaign in the pre-quarterfinal stage.
England striker Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah at the Euro 2016 Round of 16 match between England and Iceland at the Allianz Riviera Stadium in Nice on Monday. Pic/AFP
Striker Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah dressed in an England shirt proudly displaying her husband's name and number at the back (Vardy 11), was seen hugging her man moments after their loss to the Icelanders at the Stade Allianz Riviera.
Rebekah, who travelled to the match in a private jet alongwith Frank Lampard's former partner Elen Rivas, was a picture of disappointment as she comforted her hubby, who came on as a second half substitute for England.
Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Dele Alli's pretty brunette girlfriend Ruby Mae also cuddled up to her husband immediately after the loss. The couple shared a kiss as she leaned over the barricaded stands to reach out to the hardworking midfielder, who hardly had an impact on the game.
England skipper Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen, and goalkeeper Joe Hart's wife Kimberly Crew, were the other prominent WAGs in attendance on Monday as their husbands prematurely bowed out of the European Championships.