ENGLAND captain Harry Kane was reunited with his wife Kate after the team's victory against Denmark – but from a distance.
Gareth Southgate's players aren't allowed to hug their loved ones during Euro 2020 due to a strict Covid-19 bubble.
Kate was reunited with her husband after England's semi-final triumph, taking a socially-distanced selfie with the Tottenham striker.
Kane has been away from his wife and three kids since the end of May due to the Covid bubble.
He and his international team-mates are not allowed to have physical contact with their loved ones before their European journey ends.
A Covid outbreak in the England camp could scupper the team's hopes ahead of the country's first major final in 55 years.
The married couple were separated by a huge banner, although they were both smiling after England narrowly defeated Denmark in London.
Kate posted the picture on Instagram with the caption: "Kane you believe it."
She also shared a group photo taken next to a statue of Bobby Moore at Wembley – the last England captain to lead the country to a major final.
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The WAGS have been able to attend all but one of the team's Euros fixtures due to those games being played at Wembley.
The only game they've missed so far is England's 4-0 victory against Ukraine in Rome, throwing huge parties at their luxury homes instead.
And the WAGS will be at Wembley on Sunday, July 11 when Southgate's side take on Italy in the final.
The UK government has agreed to allow 1,000 Italian fans to fly into the country to watch the game following an agreement with Uefa.
England are the bookies' slim favourites to win the final, even though Italy have appeared in EIGHT more finals than their opponents.
There have been calls for manager Southgate to receive a knighthood, with his former Aston Villa team-mate Ian Taylor telling SunSport the honour is 'nailed on' if England lift the trophy.
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