The wife of Jamie Vardy, 31, uploaded a sweet photo of herself wearing a jersey which bore her husband’s team number – 11.
Clearly proud of her other half, Rebekah captioned the midnight snap: “Forever” with two love hearts.
In the image, Rebekah is captured walking out of what appeared to be the Kaliningrad Stadium in Moscow, Russia.
Dressing casual for the evening, Rebekah paired the emblazoned sports shirt with denim shorts and white trainers.
The mother-of-four also carried a satchel across her shoulder and wore her long brunette tresses in a messy up ‘do.
Fans of the star were quick to comment on her unique top, with some backing her husband to take home the World Cup trophy.
One user gushed: “So cool,” while another penned: “I love it!”
A third simply wrote: “Team Vardy.”
Rebekah, 36, previously opened up about her husband not playing in England’s first group game with Tunisia last week.
Talking about the opening game in her OK! Magazine column, Rebekah said: “Jamie didn’t get to play but it’s such a huge accomplishment for him to be in the England World Cup squad, considering that he was playing non-league football a few years ago.
“I won’t be disappointed if he doesn’t kick a ball for the entire tournament, I’m so proud of him for everything he’s overcome and how hard he’s worked to be here.”
She added: “I’m proud just seeing his name on an England shirt.”
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! contestant also revealed she feared Russia would be a “nightmare”.
She wrote: “The atmosphere out here in Russia is incredible, I was worried it might be a nightmare, but I don’t feel on edge at all.
“The fans are so chilled and there’s been no trouble.”
A couple of days ago Rebekah shared a picture of herself out with eight of the other England WAGs, captioning the snap “Crew”.
The Loose Women panellist looked stylish in a patterned off-shoulder dress which she paired with open toe heels.
Belgium defeated England 0-1 last night, putting them at the top of the Group G leaderboard.
England will face Colombia in the last 16 of the World Cup, they had previously beaten Panama 6-1.