Mark Wright, David Beckham, and Kate Garraway lead stars celebrating England's Euro 2020 victory against Germany

Mark Wright, David Beckham, and Kate Garraway lead stars celebrating England's Euro 2020 victory against Germany

DAVID Beckham and Mark Wright were among the jubilant stars celebrating England's Euro 2020 victory against Germany this evening.

The nation rejoiced today as England won the tense match 2-0 after Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane scored goals in the second half.

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Becks and singer Ed Sheeran watched the game live at Wembley, sitting among the likes of Prince William, and Ellie Goulding.

They were spotted by BBC cameras cheering and clapping from the stands with huge smiles on their faces when the match came to an end.

David was also joined by his son Romeo, and the father-son duo were over-the-moon to watch England's jaw-dropping success together.

Meanwhile, Mark Wright and Olly Murs watched the match from the same viewing party, with Mark exclaiming: "It's coming home!" following the first goal, before singing the national anthem at full-time.



And Tom Parker was watching at home with his mini-me son dressed in an adorable kit of his own.

He documented the goals on his Instagram Story, vocal in his delight as he shared his shock at the two goals.

Kate Garraway posed in a novelty England wig as she beamed at the camera, writing: "Yeeeeeeeessssssss!!!! Thank god!! Goooooooaaaaallll!!! You can do it boys."

And Piers Morgan heaped praise on his own social media page as he posted a photo of England's manager Gareth Southgate after he missed a crucial penalty in 1996 alongside him celebrating today.




Piers wrote: "25 years ago, Gareth Southgate missed the final penalty for England against Germany in the European Championships and became a national pizza advert laughing stock.

"Today, he managed England to a thrilling 2-0 win over Germany in the European Championships.

"Sometimes redemption and glory takes a while. Congratulations Gareth. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘"

England will now play against Sweden or Ukraine in Saturday's quarter final.

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