Despite the heroic England players at Euro 2020 being kept away from their partners to avoid potential Covid-19 outbreaks – they have used their support to fire the Three Lions into the final.
The likes of Harry Kane, Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, Raheem Sterling and several others have all been unable to see their children during the tournament after entering a bubble.
However, both parters and children have both been seen in the stands, with Kate Kane cheering on Harry and Raheem picking up his young son after scoring the winner vs Germany.
Daily Star Sport have now detailed a study done by Vera Clinic during the tournament, in which they have outlined which Wags have made the most impact on social media users.
Topping the list is Harry Kane's wife Kate, who is his childhood sweetheart, and they now share two daughters and a son together.
Ivy Jane Kane was born back in 2017, Vivienne Jane Kane came in 2018, with Louis Harry Kane being born last December with the family also having two Labrador retrievers, Brady and Wilson.
The study details that Kate has an overall score of 83, which takes into account her Instagram following, and both UK and global search volumes online with sit at 3,600 and 39,000 respectively.
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Next up is Harry Maguire's partner Fern Hawkins, with whom he shares two daughters, who has a score of 53 thanks to her 170,000 Instagram following as well as 8,500 UK search volume and 13,000 global.
Third on the list is Raheem Sterling's partner Paige Milian, who has 84,900 Instagram followers, as well as a UK search volume of 1,900 and global volume of 4,100.
Raheem has one child from a previous relationship, and the couple share two children of their own, with Thiago celebrating with his dad following the win over Germany.
Making up the top six are Jordan Pickford's partner Megan Davison, Jordan Henderson's other half Rebecca Burnett and Kieran Trippier's wife Charlotte Trippier, with scores of 15, 12 and eight.
Davison has regularly kept fans updated over her support for Jordan, and even took a party bus to Wembley ahead of the semi-final victory over Denmark.
Despite missing their loved ones, the squad are well aware of the joy they have brought the nation, and how far that will go should they beat Italy to win the tournament.
Gareth Southgate said this week: "The opportunity to bring happiness and create brilliant nights for our fans, our nation, is a very special one that you have when you play with England.
"England matches are events that bring families together, that bring communities together, and they are matches that you remember where you were.
"Some of the nicest messages you get are that people appreciate how the players have been – that they feel they can connect with them – they should be very proud of that."
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