Miss England finalists bring some serious glamour to the Euros as they gear up to cheer on the Three Lions in tomorrow

THE England boys are gearing up to take on Denmark in the Euros semi-final tomorrow night, and with the Three Lions playing at home the stadium is set to be packed with fans.

But it’s not all shirtless beer bellies and lads (lads, lads) with the team boasting some seriously glamorous supporters in the form of the Miss England finalists. 

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The country's most beautiful women are donning their St George's flags as they prepare to cheer on Gareth Southgate's heroes to victory against Denmark. 

And the women are also gearing up for a final of their own next month as the compete to be crowned the next winner of the prestigious pageant.

But despite the looming competition, the finalists have all been getting behind Harry Kane's boys throughout the tournament and have been swapping their glitzy ball gowns for England shirts.

Glamorous pictures also show the contestants draped in St George's flags as they keep their manicured nails crossed that England can reach their first major final in 55 years.

Among those backing the boys is Miss Worcester Erin Smith, a former footballer herself, who played for West Bromwich Albion and Coventry United.

The current Miss England winner NHS doctor Bhasha Mukherjee, 24, has also been flying the flag throughout the Euros and said: "England will go all the way."

Miss Cotswolds Rheanna Cartier studied for her GCSE's in Denmark but says her loyalties very much still lie with England.

The 18-year-old wrote on social media: "It's coming home, but I still love you Denmark."

Among the other contestants gripped by football fever are Miss Oxfordshire Alex Evangelou, Miss Tameside Alexandra Taylor and Miss Liverpool Poppy Gerrard.

Miss Middlesbrough Shereen Brogan, Miss Wandsworth Paige Ashton and Miss Surrey Dhwani Kothari can also be seen supporting England with pride.

Shereen said: "It's been so exciting to watch England win their last few games and I am looking forward to watching them in the semi finals. Come on England!"

Miss Lancashire Jessica Gagen, who has been running 5k every day in fancy dress and draped in an England flag to raise money for charity, added: "Bring it home boys."

This year's Miss England final is due to take place as a live event on August 27 at the Heart of England Conference Centre in Coventry.

The title is currently held by NHS doctor Bhasha who is the longest serving Miss England in history after the pandemic scuppered last year's contest The winner of Miss England will go forward to the 70th Miss World later this year in Puerto Rico.

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