England’s Euro heroine Chloe Kelly swaps her sports bra for a red ball gown in stunning photoshoot
She’s the gorgeous blonde lioness who led England to victory last Sunday, her extra time target taking us 2-1 over Germany at the Women’s Euro 2022 Championship.
With her 110th-minute kick, Chloe Kelly erased a 56-year-old injury, giving England their first win at a major international football tournament in more than half a century.
Chloe said that night, ‘That’s what dreams are made of.’ And not just her dreams – the dreams of men, women and little girls across Britain who were thrilled to see Chloe and her teammates roar into action.
Mighty: England’s Euro heroine Chloe Kelly swaps her sports bra for a ball gown in a stunning photoshoot exclusive for Daily Mail
In the days since her surprise victory, nationwide celebrations have continued — and Chloe has even promised herself to frame her white sports bra, which she wore to slay her top, in celebration of achieving that coveted victory goal. was shown later.
And this week, the refreshingly straight-talking 24-year-old once again took to the pitch — not in a Nike bra and England kit — but in an exclusive ball gown for the Daily Mail.
To accompany our glamorous photo shoot, she laughed in an interview, saying, ‘I had no idea just taking off my top would get so big and what it would do for women … or for sports bra sales that obviously passed through the roof. ,
Victory: She took England to victory last Sunday, her extra-time goal as us beat Germany 2-1 at the Women’s Euro 2022 Championship.
Chloe called the punishment for rolling her shirt over her head ‘the best yellow card ever’ and said she hasn’t stopped dancing since that night.
Her glee – and great dance moves – were in evidence in our shoot as she walked around the ‘Cage’ football pitch, where she honed her amazing football skills as a kid.
The youngest of seven children, Chloe was playing with her five brothers on the captive asphalt pitch at the Windmill Park estate where she grew up in Ealing.
Here, she said it was where ‘I was at my happiest,’ and that’s why she chose to be photographed at this location.
A true family girl, a host of them accompanied her on the shoots – brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews, boyfriend and mother. Seeing her pictures dressed in an extravagant red tulle gown, she got excited again.
‘I look good!’ She nods before calling her boyfriend, Scott, and his mother, Jane, to take a closer look.
He put a big kiss on his mother’s cheek and said: ‘I look like you here, mother.’
Nearby, his nieces and nephews were playing on the asphalt, as he once did. ‘We were bright for the first time since the street lights were coming on,’ she said.
‘I think playing cage football defines who I am today. This is where I get the creative and physical side of my game. I like a physical fight because I always used to play with big boys who were making it very competitive.
And thank god she prefers a physical fight, because being on the pitch at Wembley on Sunday was the culmination of a very long fight she endured to overcome a knee injury that could have cut short her career .
For months she was unable to walk without assistance – let alone playing football. Chloe reveals the odds she’s overcome, with the help of Scott and her dysfunctional supportive family, as well as the truth about the events that led to that epic Sunday night in yesterday’s Daily Mail in an extremely honest — and Extremely entertaining – took to the interview.
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Worth it: Chloe called the punishment for rolling her shirt over her head ‘the best yellow card ever’ and said she hasn’t stopped dancing since that night. his joy