Fans convinced Queen put hidden message in letter to England for Euro final

Royal fans are buzzing over the 'secret message' the Queen has sent to the England team ahead of tonight's match.

Her Majesty sent Twitter wild after sending a good luck letter to the team ahead of England's historic Euro 2020 final.

In her letter last night, the monarch praised the Three Lions for their "spirit, commitment, and pride" as she spoke of her memories of the 1966 World Cup when Captain Bobby Moore after the 4-2 win over Germany.

But royal fans looked a bit closer at the letter to find another message to Gareth Southgate and his squad.

One eagle-eyed Twitter user was able to spot the footie anthem "It's Coming Home" within her letter, written on Windsor Castle-headed paper, sharing a picture of the note with all the relevant letters circled.

He captioned it: "Hidden message within the Queen's message…"

The tweet was liked by over 10.6k users and retweeted 1.5k times as other fans agree with the monarch's message.

One person commented: "I KNEW IT! Rule Britannia!" while another simply said: "Genius!"

One user joked: "Who needs Enigma?"

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And another man wrote: "God Save Her!"

However, some users were less convinced that the Queen had deliberately added the message.

"Wow, you got lucky with those letters…," wrote one person.

"What an absolutely inept try hard," said another.

One even said he could also see letters that spell "Come on Italy."

The nail-biting final Euro 2020 match will be held at Wembley at 8pm on July 11.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the nation to support England "enthusiastically but sensibly".

He said: "Gareth Southgate and the England squad have done the nation proud in the Euros, and we will all be wishing them the best of luck in getting to the final. Bring it home!"

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