Harry Kane’s wife Kate shares a sweet snap of their three children wearing their dad’s football strip ahead of the England V Germany game
Footballer Harry Kane’s wife took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a picture of their three children wearing his football strip.
The post came ahead of the England v Germany match and the snap showed the house had been decked out with a giant flag and Harry Kane bunting.
Kate, 27, dressed their children up in football tops which said ‘Daddy’ on the back with the number nine, which appears on Kane’s, 27, shirt.
How sweet: Harry Kane’s wife Kate shared a sweet snap of their three children wearing their dad’s football 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, has said that he ‘married his best friend’; pictured in June 2021
Cheering on the team: Kate used three lion emojis to show her support for her husbands team in an adorable photo on Instagram
The snap showed the couple’s three children, Ivy, four, Vivienne, two, and Louis, five months, getting into the football spirit with bunting and red bows in the girls’ hair.
She captioned the photo, ‘We love you Daddy…’ with a love heart, hands and flag emoji. She then tagged him and put three lion emojis to show her support for her husband’s team.
The couple are childhood sweethearts have been together since 2012, and Kate been their to support her husband’s career taking off.
The former fitness instructor has been cheering from the sidelines throughout the Euros 2021 tournament.
Football fan: The former fitness instructor has been cheering from the sidelines throughout the Euros 2021 tournament; pictured in June 2021
England are set to play their knockout campaign with a mouth-watering encounter against historic rivals Germany on home soil .
England and Germany are no strangers in cup competition.
The Three Lions claimed their one and only World Cup triumph with victory over tonight’s opponents in 1966, thanks to Geoff Hurst’s historic hat-trick.
The last-16 clash between England and Germany will take place on Tuesday, June 29.
The match will start at 5pm BST and will be played at Wembley Stadium, which will hold an expected 45,000 fans.
Elsewhere, potential quarter-final opponents Sweden and Ukraine are playing their last-16 encounter later in the evening, with kick-off at 8pm.
Tonight’s the night: The last-16 clash between England and Germany will take place on Tuesday, June 26th at 5pm