The Lionesses are creating history with the entire nation backing them in their first ever Women's World Cup final.
England Women's convincing win over co-host nation Australia means this Sunday it could well be coming home.
And to celebrate the joyous occasion, the country's most beautiful women are showing their support for the ladies.
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The Miss England beauty queens have proudly been wearing their St George's flags to back Sarina Weigman's women.
Pageant finalists and former winners swapped glitzy ball gowns and high heels for football tops.
Among those is Leah Carter Welch, 22, a PE teacher and the winner of last year's Miss England sports round.
Leah, from London, took the title after scoring the most penalties and hopes Sunday's game doesn't come to that.
She said: "I would like the wish the Lionesses the best of luck for the World Cup final this weekend.
"They have done everyone so proud already, and I have no doubt that they will continue to do so.
"The response nationally has shown such progress for women in sport.
"I can't wait to see the impact this has had on all the young women I teach when I go back to work. Come on England."
NHS doctor Bhasha Mukherjee won Miss England 2019 and she's also cheering on for the Lionesses.
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She said: "Best of luck to team England ahead of the match this weekend.
"Whatever the score, the ladies are all winners in their own rights.
"It takes a lot of courage to not only fight past societal gender norms and stand for your passions, but moreover wear the country's name on your back.
"The ladies are setting excellent examples for all the little girls who may feel excluded in the playground by their male school colleagues telling them 'you can't play with us'.
"This is a great way to show them that not only are they good enough to play with the boys, but maybe even one day for the national team."
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Current Miss England Jessica Gagen, 27, is hoping to win her own world title when she represents England at Miss World in India later this year.
She added: "Massive congrats to our girls for creating history and making it this far. Good luck for Sunday."
Angie Beasley, director of the Miss England contest, said: "The Lionesses inspired the Miss England competition to introduce a women's football round in last year's Miss England national final.
"We had our own penalty shootout for the first time ever to choose the sports winner and we intend to include more of women's football in the next sports round the contestants loved it."
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