CONOR GALLAGHER’S partner has got off a rubbish start to the World Cup – after having to look through BINS for her passport.
Chelsea’s Gallagher is among the 26-man squad in Qatar dreaming of going all the way.
Aine May Kennedy with boyfriend Conor Gallagher
@ainemaykennedyAine May Kennedy suffered a passport problem ahead of the World Cup[/caption]
@ainemaykennedyAine May Kennedy even had pals searching their bins[/caption]
But his girlfriend Aine May Kennedy has not yet been able to make the 4,000 mile trip after running into last-minute passport problems.
The couple, who have been together for three years, often travel around the world together.
But Aine May described having the “most stressful week” and suggested she was forced to apply for a new passport.
The Irish model, from Cork, was so desperate she even had pals digging through their bins in a bid to find the lost document.
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She posted a picture holding passport applications, and captioned it: “Can’t believe it’s come to this.
“Literally putting a tracker on my passport as soon as it arrives.”
She added: “Had my friends empty the bins last night with me just to make sure we hadn’t missed anywhere in the house.”
The rest of the England’s Wags are on a luxury £1billion cruise liner off the coast of Qatar.
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They are staying there between watching games, but coronavirus restrictions are preventing them from seeing their partners.
The likes of Megan Pickford and Kyle Walker’s wife Annie Kilner were pictured arriving in time for England’s 6-2 opener against Iran.
And the glamorous group will be in force tonight as the Three Lions play USA.
Conor Gallagher with partner Aine May Kennedy
Instagram @ainemaykennedyAine May Kennedy has been with Conor Gallagher for three years[/caption]
The Irish model often travels with Gallagher
Aine May Kennedy will hope to fly out to Qatar soon
Jack Grealish with his partner Sasah Attwood after the Iran game
Phil Foden celebrated the win with girlfriend Rebecca Cooke and son Ronnie Credit: Getty