Love Island's Jordan Hames shares pride for England footballer brother

Love Island 2019, Day 13, Jordan Hames
Love Island's Jordan proud of footballer brotherITV

Love Island star Jordan Hames has shared his pride following his brother's historic Euros semi-final win.

The reality star joined his family in Dortmund on Wednesday (July 10) to support his brother Kobbie Mainoo, a midfielder on England's 26-man squad. Mainoo also plays for Manchester United.

After England clinched a 2-1 victory over the Netherlands in a nail-biting match, Jordan took to Instagram to celebrate the team's achievements.

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"Proudest in the damn world, Berlin next," he wrote, alongside a smiling snap of his family with his brother in the stands.

Jordan also shared a picture of winning goal scorer Ollie Watkins chatting to his relatives.

Fans quickly took to the comments section to share their congratulations and praise for Mainoo, with one writing: "What a player, so proud of Mainoo."

Another added: "He is the best, honestly so much talent and so much more to come, [pure] star boy for both United and England, so proud Kobbie".

Love Island 2019, Day 35, Jordan Hames

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Another fan echoed the sentiment: "So amazing! What a player and he looks like he just takes all the pressure in his stride. Congratulations to your family Jordan."

England are set to face Spain in the Euro 2024 final at 8pm on Sunday, July 14. The match will be broadcast on both BBC One and ITV1, and can also be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and ITVX.

Jordan notably appeared on Love Island in 2019, where he was coupled up with Anna Vakili. The pair weathered a split during Casa Amor, with Jordan later asking Anna to be his girlfriend.

Love Island 2019, Day 13, Jordan Hames

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A fiery argument ensued when Jordan then decided he wanted to get to know India Reynolds, despite her being coupled up with fan-favourite Ovie Soko.

Speaking to Digital Spy about his "rash" decision, Jordan previously said: "I feel like in the Love Island villa, it's an enhanced environment. Because me and Anna were getting to know each other for a few weeks and you are in this goldfish bowl where that is all you know, you can find yourself making rash decisions."

Love Island airs on ITV2 and streams on ITVX.

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