England stars' Wags arrive in Qatar with packed suitcases as Southgate's boys prepare for World Cup opener with Iran | The Sun
ENGLAND Wags have arrived in Qatar with packed suitcases ahead of boarding HMS Wag.
Three Lions stars are staying in a strict Covid-secure bubble as they plot World Cup glory in Qatar.
This means that they will be kept separate from their loved ones throughout the tournament.
But they will still receive plenty of support from their partners at the games.
A number of Wags, including Jordan Pickford's wife Megan, arrived in the Middle East yesterday.
Megan Pickford, 26, smiled as she went through customs at Doha International Airport.
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She clutched her handbag as she picked up her luggage at baggage reclaim.
Also arriving at the same time was Kyle Walker's wife Annie Kilner.
Annie wore white trainers with an all black outfit, including a cap, as she went through security.
She appears to be expecting a deep run by husband Kyle and his team-mates, bringing FOUR suitcases to Qatar.
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Many England Wags will be staying aboard a luxury liner named MSC World Europa.
The £1billion ship, dubbed HMS Wag, boasts six swimming pools, a 643ft promenade, 14 ocean-view whirlpools, 13 dining venues and more than 30 bars and cafes.
There is also an 11-deck high helter skelter called The Venom Drop — the tallest slide on any ship in the world.
HMS Wags' 2,633 cabins are expected to play host to 6,762 guests during the tournament.
And five-star packages are costing up to £6,000.
While HMS Wag is docked off the coast of Doha, England stars will remain at their Souq Al Wakra hotel base in Qatar's capital.
Pickford, Walker and Co get their campaign underway with a clash against Iran this afternoon, although the latter will miss out as he continues to recover from a groin injury.
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