a schoolgirl who cried thinks Mason Mount could recognize her – .

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a schoolgirl who cried thinks Mason Mount could recognize her – .


The aspiring child model and actress who melted the hearts of the nation after crying tears of joy when Englishman Mason Mount gave her his Three Lions jersey believes the footballer may have recognized her when of a past encounter and exclaimed: ‘It was a dream come true.’

Belle McNally, 10, sobbed uncontrollably after Mount left the pitch for Wembley Stadium following her side’s overtime victory over Denmark in the Euro semi-final – and handed him his shirt.

The video showed Belle, who plays football for Glebe FC, turning her mouth open to her father sports choreographer Tom McNally and crying into his shoulder. The heartwarming clip was originally shared on Facebook by another fan and has been viewed over two million times.

Belle, a model for big brands including Burberry, has now revealed that she thinks Mount may have recognized her when meeting on a freeway a month ago, when she and her father had saw the bus team travel to Wembley for the Group D opener against Croatia.

She reportedly filmed walking past her – and was overwhelmed when Mount apparently waved her hand.

“After seeing him in the team’s coach, it really made me want to see him again at the game,” she told The Sun. “I thought it was really nice of him to smile and wave as we walked past, so dad and I made an England flag for the Denmark game and I wrote his name on it with hearts of love.

“Fortunately he saw it and came and everyone knows what happened next. It was a dream come true and I just want to say thank you to Mason for what he did and good luck to the team on Sunday. ‘

Her father, a sports choreographer who has worked with Premier League clubs and whose £ 1.25million Bromley Mansion made headlines earlier this year, said his daughter was on ‘Cloud Nine and hadn’t taken the jersey off since giving it to her ‘.

Speaking after the game, Mount said it also marked a “special moment” for him and said “seeing Belle’s reaction crowned it all for me.” This level of support really means a lot ”.

Belle McNally, 10, sobbed uncontrollably after Mount left the pitch and entered Wembley Stadium following her side’s overtime victory over Denmark in the Euro semi-final – and handed him over his jersey

The video showed Belle, who plays football for Glebe FC, turning her mouth open to her father sports choreographer Tom McNally and crying into his shoulder

Speaking after the game, Mount said it also marked a

Speaking after the game, Mount said it also marked a “special moment” for him and said “seeing Belle’s reaction crowned it all for me.” This level of support really means a lot ‘

Pictured: It's the adorable moment Mason Mount handed his England shirt to young Belle McNally in the crowd at Wembley - and she bursts into tears as she hugs her father excitedly

The Chelsea midfielder hands the England shirt to the youngster who then turns around speechlessly to his father, who picks it up as she sobs in his shoulder excitedly (pictured)

Pictured: It’s the adorable moment Mason Mount handed his England shirt to young Belle McNally in the crowd at Wembley – and she bursts into tears as she hugs her father excitedly

The aspiring actress revealed that she had ‘regrouped’ school to make the trip to Wembley and wrote on social media: ‘I had the best day ever at Wembley. Thanks Mason Mount. ‘

Mr McNally made headlines in February after it emerged he was selling his five-bedroom, four-bathroom house in Orpington – dubbed the ‘footballer’s mansion’ – for £ 1.25million .

The property is any sports lover’s dream, with its own covered court featuring a pinball style target system, as well as a cinema room, gym, jacuzzi and sauna. Images of its stunning features were posted on the TikTok video sharing app by influencer Summer Newmann, 20.

Since the video went viral, Belle has shared photos and videos of her time at Wembley on her social media.

Ahead of the game, Belle told ITV News she was ’11 of 10 ‘excited and predicted a 3-0 win for England. Her father also shared the images online and said they were “the things dreams are made of.”

England footballers have ended their 55-year wait for a major final – and are only 90 minutes away from Euro 2020 glory. More than 66,000 people – joined by Prince William, Boris Johnson and a who’s who of celebrities – filled the stands in Britain’s largest post-pandemic crowd.

And those fans played a crucial role in making their Three Lions heroes roar – the 2-1 semi-final victory over a Harry Kane goal in overtime. Gareth Southgate’s man now faces Italy on Sunday.

Belle told her social media followers that she had 'the best day' when she went to Wembley

Belle told her social media followers that she had ‘the best day’ when she went to Wembley

Tommy McNally made headlines in February after it emerged he was selling his five-bedroom, four-bathroom house in Orpington - dubbed the 'footballer's mansion' - for £ 1.25million

Tommy McNally made headlines in February after it emerged he was selling his five-bedroom, four-bathroom house in Orpington – dubbed the ‘footballer’s mansion’ – for £ 1.25million

This property (pictured) became the most viewed home on TikTok earlier this year

This property (pictured) became the most viewed home on TikTok earlier this year

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Bromley - dubbed the 'footballer's mansion' - is any sports fan's dream with its own indoor pitch featuring a 'pinball style' target system, as well as a cinema room, gym, jacuzzi and sauna

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Bromley – dubbed the ‘footballer’s mansion’ – is any sports fan’s dream with its own indoor pitch featuring a ‘pinball style’ target system, as well as a cinema room, gym, jacuzzi and sauna

England are one game away from glory, as they now face a final with Italy at Wembley on Sunday after beating Denmark 2-1

England are one game away from glory, as they now face a final with Italy at Wembley on Sunday after beating Denmark 2-1

Kane celebrates with his teammates after scoring their team's second goal in UEFA Euro 2020 game

Kane celebrates with his teammates after scoring their team’s second goal in UEFA Euro 2020 game

England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after England beat Denmark in Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley

England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after England beat Denmark in Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley

England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after England beat Denmark in Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley

Traffic was halted in central London after England's biggest victory in decades

Traffic was halted in central London after England’s biggest victory in decades

As victory was confirmed, shirtless fans crowded in London’s Trafalgar Square fan zone doused themselves with beer, chanting ‘It’s Coming Home’ and praising Manager Gareth Southgate’s team.

Vic Richards, 22, of Croydon, south London, said: “I’m still trying to figure out what happened, I’ve never seen England make a final.

“It’s beautiful, it’s incredible, I love this country, the players gave everything. This is a historic occasion, we may never see it again – now we can start to believe it.

Other fans collapsed on the floor crying for joy or partying on the tables. Oliver Ways, 28, from Mitcham, said: ‘This time it’s coming home, the momentum is with us, I don’t care what anyone says. I’m so drunk but I don’t care – the game was just like we wanted it to be.

“I can’t believe I’m saying that but England are in the final! ”

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