MARK Wright belted out the national anthem today as he cheered on England's Euros opener at Wembley.
As the Three Lions lined up alongside Croatia, Mark filmed the crowd and himself singing God Save The Queen.
He looked delighted to be back at the home of football on a scorching day.
There was plenty more to cheer during the game, with England roaring out of the blocks and hitting the post early on.
An impressive performance was capped off with Raheem Sterling's second half winner.
Clenching his fists after the final whistle, Mark is backing the team to go all the way.
He wrote on Instagram: "1 down, get in!! It’s coming home 🏴."
The presenter also had work to do on the day, filming a footy segment for Sky Sports News.
He was joined in a studio by former England captain Wayne Rooney.
Mark shared pics and wrote: "Got the big man @waynerooney on the show tomorrow morning. England legend, record goal scorer and top man giving his views on our opening victory and his predictions for the rest of the tournament!! 7-10am Sky Sports News 'GOOD MORNING EUROS'."
The former Towie man looked fresh considering he had a mad night out yesterday.
He enjoyed spirits with pals at a Shoreditch bar while wife Michelle was across town celebrating her birthday with friends.
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