Dani Dyer puts up inflatable PUB in her garden and dresses baby son Santi in football kit for England’s incrdible 4-0 quarter final win over Ukraine
The reality star, 24, also dressed her baby, Santi, in a full England kit to show support for the three lions.
She showed off the pub on Instagram for her 3.4m followers, which came fully equipped with beverages, including lager on tap.
Bring the pub to you! Dani Dyer erected an inflatable pub in her garden to watch England thrash Ukraine 4-0 in the Euros 2020 quarter final on Saturday evening
The boozer, by company The Air of the Dog, looked authentic with printed brick on the side panels and even had two chimneys.
The Love Island winner gave a tour on her Instagram followers, showing a large projector screen ready to view the Euro 2020 match between England and Ukraine.
The star’s baby melted hearts as he also showed his support for the team in a full England kit as she posted on her Instagram story.
So sweet: The reality star dressed her baby son Santi in a full England kit to show support for the three lions
It’s coming home: She posted a video of the inflatable with the song ‘It’s coming home’ in the background. To hire the fake drinking den would set a buyer back £325
She posted a video of the inflatable with the song ‘it’s coming home’ in the background.
To hire the fake drinking den would set a buyer back £325.
Meanwhile, fans at a Manchester fan park went berserk after the England captain scored, with pints being flung into the air and one fan dressed as Gareth Soutgate in a waistcoast went wild.
Inseparable: Dani posed with her son behind the bar of the fake boozer. The inflatable comes stocked with an array of beverages, even including lager on tap
Millions of viewers are expected tune into the BBC’s coverage of England’s hotly anticipated quarter final, with Denmark awaiting tonight’s winners in next week’s UEFA Euro 2020 semi-final.
Thousands of fans had piled into the 70,000 capacity Stadio Olimpico as England bid to make their first Euro semi final for more than a quarter of a century.
Chants of ‘Football’s Coming Home’ have echoed around the approaches to the stadium as captain Harry Kane led his team out in warmups, as England fans outnumbered those from Ukraine 4-1 on the streets of Rome.
Goal! Harry Kane of England celebrates after scoring their side’s first goal during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Quarter-final match between Ukraine and England
It’s Coming Home: England supporters in south London react as captain Harry Kane scored the first goal of the UEFA Euro 2020 quarter final clash against Ukraine