Young England football fan in tears after Mason Mount sends her special message
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A young football fan couldn't believe her luck after receiving a special message from England player Mason Mount, after a video of her from the Three Lions match against Denmark went viral.
On Wednesday, ten year old Belle McNally was filmed sobbing uncontrollably when Mason came up to her in the stands to gift her a shirt following England's dramatic win.
And speaking of the once in a lifetime moment on Friday's instalment of This Morning, the youngster explained that she had "so many different emotions" following the moment because she "didn't expect it".
Belle, who was joined by her father Tommy, admitted that following the kind gesture by Mason, she became somewhat of a celebrity herself.
"Many people came up to me and high-fived me as I tried to walk up the stairs," she said.
Speaking of the shirt gifted to her, Belle, who is a model and aspiring actress, said: "I'm going to have it framed and put it on my bedroom wall."
Phillip Schofield then excitedly revealed that he had an extra surprise for Bella before a personalised pre-recorded message from 22 year old Mason began playing on screen.
He said: "Hi Belle, it's Mason here, and I just wanted to do this message to you and say how special your reaction was after the game when I gave you my shirt.
"Obviously, we won the game, and that was a big achievement, but that really topped it off for me, and made it an even [more] special night for me.
The athlete concluded: "Thank you for all your support, it really means a lot, and hopefully see you Sunday."
Once again, Belle couldn't believe her luck as she immediately collapsed into her dad's arms and began crying.
"Don't cry again!" her dad joked, to which Holly Willoughby replied: "Awwwwwww you can cry, they're happy tears and we like happy tears here."
Holly added: "I mean, it's so special, isn't it? They're heroes to so many kids like Belle and aspiring you for the future."
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