Jude Bellingham's stunning girlfriend breaks silence after England star's heroics in Serbia Euro 2024 win

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Jude Bellingham's stunning girlfriend has taken to social media after England's 1-0 Euro 2024 win over Serbia

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Jack Otway

By Jack Otway


Published: 17/06/2024

- 12:28

Updated: 17/06/2024

- 12:29

The Real Madrid midfielder netted the only goal of the game on Sunday night

Jude Bellingham's stunning girlfriend has taken to Instagram to share pictures of herself after England's 1-0 win over Serbia on Sunday night.

The Three Lions secured all three points, with Bellingham scoring the only goal of the game in the 13th minute.


The Real Madrid midfielder, who recently won the Champions League with his club for the first time, rose to head home after a deflected cross from Bukayo Saka.

The 20-year-old is dating Laura Celia Valk, a Dutch model and influencer.

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Jude Bellingham's stunning girlfriend has taken to Instagram to share pictures of herself after England's 1-0 win over Serbia on Sunday night

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Yet Laura didn't seem to be at the match on Sunday, with the 25-year-old absent from the stands.

She has since taken to Instagram to share three snaps of herself.

The first image shows Laura enjoying a drink outside while wearing a white dress.

The second shows her wearing a pink outfit, while the third was a selfie with Laura smiling for the camera.

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Jude Bellingham wasn't cheered on in the stands as England beat Serbia at Euro 2024

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Their budding romance was first reported in April, though it's currently unknown how they met.

The Sun previously said Bellingham flew Laura to his home in Spain from Amsterdam for a series of dates.

A source told the publication: "Laura has been telling everyone about the relationship.

"She’s been staying at his place in Madrid over the past few weekends and is completely smitten."

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England weren't at their brilliant best on Sunday, despite Bellingham being the best player on the pitch.

Yet while the Real Madrid star feels some flaws must be ironed out, he was happy with the result in the end.

"No, not quite - I don't agree with that," Bellingham said when asked if their second half performance suggests they may come up short this summer.

"I think the first half shows why we can score goals against any team, and the second half shows why we can keep a clean sheet against any team.

"I think obviously, commonly with the team, there's a negative theme around all our games. You know, sometimes rightly so.

"But I think in this case you take the positives from the fact that, OK, maybe we had to hold on at times and suffer a little bit, but we kept a clean sheet.

"When you keep clean sheet all you have to do is score one goal to win the game. It's three points, I think this team is still so new, gelling together with every game.

"So, yeah, I think inside the changing room we'll be happy with that. Of course, there will be negatives that we want to kind of rub out but overall I'm pleased with that performance."

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Jude Bellingham was the difference as England beat Serbia in their Euro 2024 clash

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He continued: "I just enjoy playing football.

"When it comes to each and every game, I take it as a single game, as opposed to looking too far into the future. I realise that in every game I feel like I can make an impact, I feel like I can decide games.

"But that happens on any given game instead of looking too far into the future.

"The truth is that I really enjoy playing football, so when I go out there I play with the fearlessness because I love doing it so much.

"It's a release for me and it's my favourite thing to do in the world, so when I play, it's not much of a job. It feels like a pleasure."

Bellingham is expected to start when England face off against Denmark on Thursday (5pm).

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