THE partners of England's World Cup stars have flown to Qatar to cheer on their loved ones – and look like they're having a great time.

The Three Lions made a perfect start to the tournament with a 6-2 victory over Iran on Monday.





And it has made their other halves' time in Doha that bit more relaxing as they enjoy a break away in the Middle East.

Raheem Sterling's partner Paige Milian posted snaps to her social media on a bed in Qatar.

She then shared another snap catching some rays as the Chelsea forward's partner took in the glorious weather.

And Paige is not the only Wag that has flown to support the England team.

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Amie Coady, the partner of Everton defender Conor Coady, also posted a picture out in Qatar.

She wore a bright white, yellow and turquoise dress as she took a snap in front of the mirror.

And the girlfriend of Bukayo Saka has also revealed she has made the long trip to the World Cup.

Tolami Benson shared a picture in a brown dress on Wednesday ahead of her Arsenal partner's second group game.

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The England stars could meet their families after Friday’s United States match – but it depends on Covid rates in Qatar.

Manager Gareth Southgate is hoping that the 26-man squad could have a proper catch-up with their partners, children and parents.

But that plan may have to change if Covid cases rise.

The Three Lions boss said: "I think towards the end, the women’s team had to batten that down a bit more because they had a few positive cases so we're going to have to monitor it throughout.

"There's this balance of the spirit and happiness of the group and the medical line of zero risk, and sometimes if you're going to take zero risks, it can kill it for everybody, so we've got to try and find that balance.

"We're going to see how the next few days go and we've talked about maybe looking at something after the second game but we've got to monitor what the rates are out here as much as anything else."

Southgate's men will book their place in the last 16 with a win over USA on Friday.

And it would take the pressure off heading into their final group match against Wales four days later.

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However, England are being made to sweat on the fitness of captain Harry Kane after he picked up an ankle injury in the win over Iran.

The Tottenham striker, 29, limped out of the Khalifa Stadium with his ankle strapped and is now waiting on the results of a scan.

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