Holly Willoughby leads 'gutted' stars after England's World Cup loss

Mail Online | 7/12/2018 | Ryan Smith for MailOnline
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On Wednesday, England fans around the world united as they hoped to watch their team make history as they plated in the World Cup semi-finals against Croatia.

But after the Three Lions came crashing out of the high-profile tournament following a 2-1 loss - and their first World Cup semi-final since 1990 - a host of celebrities took to their social media accounts to express their disappointment at the result.

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Holly Willoughby reacted by sharing a shot of her son Chester holding his head in anguish as he watched the players commiserate over their crushing loss, while Kate Hudson, whose sons have English fathers, shared tips on dealing with the sadness.

This Morning presenter Holly, who has three children with her husband Dan Baldwin, took to Instagram shortly after the result to share the shot of her youngest offspring, three, sitting before their TV screen as he looked at the mourning squad.

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Starting off her caption with an emoji of a broken heart, the TV personality wrote: 'For so many reasons he will never forget his 1st World Cup.'

Her pal Fearne Cotton lamented not only the loss but the impending UK visit of US President Donald Trump, sharing an image, which read: 'We are out of the World Cup, the sun has gone in. And Trump is coming to town. Shall we all just get the gin?'

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Oscar-nominated actress Kate, who is expecting a baby with her boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, shared a snap of her seven-year-old son Bingham, whose father is Cambridge-born Muse rocker Matt Bellamy, watching the game.

As she got swept up in the international enthusiasm for the England team, she captioned the image: 'My little British citizen. Go England!'

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Once it was confirmed that England was knocked out of the World Cup, she took the unusual step of sharing a six-point picture set offering...
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