‘We are all gripped!’ Boris Johnson shares photo of him sat in front of TV watching Euro final with daughter Romy in his arms and son Wilfred standing next to him
- The outgoing Prime Minister posted the photo of him and his children online
- Boris Johnson posted on Twitter: ‘We are gripped here watching the Lionesses’
- A record crowd of almost 90,000 people attended the Euros final at Wembley
Boris Johnson watched the Lionesses as they triumphed over Germany to win their first European Championship at Wembley last night.
Fans watched all over the country to cheer on the Lionesses, who produced a fantastic display to make England champions of Europe.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson watched the Euros final with his children Wilfred and Romy
Among them was outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who watched the historic victory with his family.
Mr Johnson posted a photo on Twitter holding his daughter Romy with his son Wilfred, two, standing next to him.
He said in the Tweet: ‘We are all gripped here watching the @Lionesses! Come on England!’
The Prime Minister joined people cheering on the Lionesses across the country, as well as the record crowd at Wembley.
Among them was Prince William watching from the stands, who sent the England squad a message of support earlier today along with daughter Princess Charlotte.
Fans watched all over the country to cheer on the Lionesses, who produced a brilliant display to make England champions of Europe. Among them was outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who watched the historic match with his family
The Prince said: ‘We both want to wish the lionesses the best of luck tonight, you’ve done amazingly well in the competition and we’re rooting for you all the way!’
Charlotte added: ‘Good luck, I hope you win. Bye!’
England men’s captain Harry Kane posted a message of support for the Lionesses on social media.
The Tottenham Hotspur ace was also at Wembley today to see England face off against Germany.
Kane said in a video posted on Twitter: ‘Hi Lionesses, I just wanted to wish you all the best for today’s game against Germany.’