COLEEN Rooney woke up her football-mad sons this morning by playing Three Lions ahead of England's clash with Denmark later tonight.
Spirits are high in the Rooney household as we're one step closer to finding out if our nation have a place in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.
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The mum-of-four, 35 – who is married to England's leading goal scorer of all time Wayne Rooney – decided today would be the perfect time to use the iconic song as an alarm clock for her boys.
Coleen filmed the whole thing and put it on her Instagram Story for 888k followers to see.
She started off by waking her eldest Kai, 11, who snoozing away wrapped up in his football duvet covers in his huge double bed.
As the tune got louder the youngster eventually came around sat up in a confused state.
Coleen captioned the post: "Come on England," with a laughing emoji.
Next up it was Klay, eight, and five-year-old Kit's turn.
The pair, who were sleeping in another double bed with an impressive football headboard, seemed reluctant at first to get up.
When they eventually realised what was going on the two rolled back over to sleep again.
Coleen placed some stickers over the video which said "wakey wakey" and "football's coming home".
The star is also mum to three-year-old Cas.
Although the lads didn't seem impressed, the rest of the UK are on a high after England's recent wins in the The UEFA European Football Championship.
Last Tuesday England beat Germany 2-0, putting them through to the quarter finals against Ukraine in Rome on Saturday.
The team pulled off a thumping win with the game finishing 4-0 to England, meaning that they secured their spot in the semi-finals against Denmark tonight at Wembley.
Whoever is crowned tonight will go up against Italy in the Euro 2021 final.
And it looks like we might be in with some luck as Holly Willoughby's psychic banana said England will WIN tonight during a segment on This Morning earlier today.
The sooth-saying fruit has already previously predicted England's victories against Germany and Ukraine.
As the presenter prepared to slice it, she shouted with joy: "So we are saying: Will England win tonight – yes or no? Oh my gosh, it's a big fat yes!"
Watch England vs Denmark tonight from 6.30pm on ITV
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