Charlene White says she fell down the stairs
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Loose Women anchor Charlene White was seen limping to her seat on the show today before she revealed to her panellists what had happened. The 41-year-old said she slipped on her stairs after checking in on her children after the Euro 2020 match.
Walking onto the set today, she told viewers: “Hello!
“It’s taken me a while to get to the desk because I managed to fall down the stairs yesterday after the game, but that is a whole different story.
“We’ll talk about that in a bit…
She added: “Oh my trip down the stairs, it was because of football.
“I was so knackered last night, and because it went to extra time it finished really late.”
Charlene went on to say she popped upstairs to check on her children as she worried her screaming may had woken them up.
“As I was coming down the stairs I just wasn’t concentrating, and I slipped and I think I probably fractured my toe,” she continued.
The host believes she will be “hobbling around” for the rest of the week.
England fans were left disappointed following the team’s defeat against Italy at Wembley Stadium.
The team lost to their rivals in the penalty shootout round.
Following their loss, Charlene told her 49,000 she was “proper gutted”.
After 19-year-old Bukayo Saka lost on the fifth penalty, he was seen being comforted by manager Gareth Southgate.
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The presenter tweeted: “Saka’s emotions may well have broken me, I just wanna give him the biggest hug. The biggest hug.”
Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho also didn’t get the ball in the goal, while Harry Kane and Harry Maguire scored the first two penalties.
It was the team’s first final at a major tournament since the World Cup in 1966.
In a video ahead of the game, Gareth thanked England fans for their continuous support.
He said: “I just wanted to take the time to say thank you to everybody for the incredible support we’ve received throughout this tournament.
I’m very grateful to all of the players and the incredible staff I’ve got with me that we’ve been able to get to our first final for 55 years.
“But of course we know now we’ve got to deliver for you.”
After the match, he slammed those who projected abuse at the players who missed the penalties, as he highlighted it was him who made the penalty decisions.
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