Miss England stars have swapped out their glitzy gowns and heels for England shirts and St George flags to show their support for the Three Lions.

The stunning models are getting patriotic to support England as they head into the quarter-finals.

Finalists and former winners are sharing saucy snaps of themselves kitted out in their footy shorts on social media to inspire the players.

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And they reckon England can go all the way ahead of the nation's crunch fixture against the French tomorrow (Sat).

Among the girls taking part is the current Miss England winner, Jessica Cagen – the first redhead to win the pageant.

The 27-year-old, who studied aerospace engineering at Liverpool University said: "It's so exciting to see England reach the quarter-finals, I'll be cheering them on Saturday."

Leah Carter Welch, 21, from Greenwich, London, won the sports round of this year's Miss England competition by coming out top in a penalty shootout.

She added: "My favourite player on the England team is Saka. Being an Arsenal supporter he is doing us all proud. Come on boys bring it home for Christmas."

Miss England runner-up Emily Cossey, 24, of Chelsea, is now in Seoul, South Korea, representing England herself in a beauty pageant.

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She posed for a patriotic photo at Heathrow Airport holding aloft a St George's flag before flying out on Monday (5/12) after seeing England's win against Senegal.

Chemical engineering graduate Emily said: "I am so excited to be representing England and embarking on my first ever global pageant journey just as England is pushing through and smashing this World Cup.

"It’s such great motivation. Being a West Ham fan and season ticket holder, I am also rooting extra loud for Declan Rice."

Former winner Dr Bhasha Mukherjee, who became the longest-serving Miss England, added: "At the beginning, I think England seemed the underdogs of this World Cup.

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"Now we have the whole country believing they can do it. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for Saturday. We will manifest this together, I can feel it."

Contest director Angie Beasley said: "For the first time ever we introduced a penalty shoot in to the Miss England Sports round this year following the Lionesses win.

"The finalists loved it. Football has definitely become more popular with women in general.

"We can't wait to include more of it next year. In the meantime, we are hoping for a Christmas win. Come on boys bring it home."

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