Rob Beckett has delighted fans after sharing his very rowdy night out – and painful hangover – celebrating England’s victory over Germany in the Euros 2020.
The comedian, 35, posted regular updates in the lead-up to Tuesday’s game and things only got more wild as he toasted the nation’s victory throughout the night.
Sharing on Instagram, Rob was seen downing beers at Wembley, eating chicken on the floor and shouting ‘It’s coming home’ out of a megaphone in an Uber.
‘Knight him!! Rob Beckett has delighted fans after sharing his very rowdy night out celebrating England’s victory over Germany in the Euros 2020 on Tuesday on Instagram
Other posts saw him ask his wife Louise if she’d ‘fancy a bit’ when he got home, with her turning down his offer and penning: ‘I admire the optimism, but absolutely not’.
After enjoying the numerous clips documenting his day, several fans took to Twitter to praise the dad-of-two’s antics and even say he should be ‘knighted’.
One impressed fan wrote: ‘Rob Beckett’s Instagram story from yesterday is well worth a few minutes of your time time. Brilliant day at the football that finishes with him eating KFC next to some bins, then hanging out of a taxi with a megaphone.’
And another penned: ‘Please do yourself a favour and go watch the carnage which is Rob Beckett’s post-euros Instagram story from last night. 10/10 content.’
Legend: The comedian, 35, posted regular updates including a hilarious video of himself sitting on the floor eating chicken while police cars pulled into the road (pictured)
‘Rob Beckett’s Insta story of the 24 hours from pre-England v Germany pints is a true work of art,’ added another delighted follower.
While other impressed people declared the comedian a ‘legend’ and called for him to be ‘knighted’ after his entertaining celebrations.
In the updates, Rob could not hide his excitement ahead of the game and explained that he’d already had several drinks before kick-off with comedian pal Lloyd Griffiths.
Staying humble: The drunk star showed off his late-night dinner, much to his fan’s amusement
Nice try: He also posted a screenshot of his wife Louise’s reply to whether she’d ‘fancy a bit’ when he got home, with her hilariously saying: ‘I admire the optimism. But absolutely not’
He said: ‘I’m drunk. It’s quarter-past four, I’m going to watch England, I’m going to drink some more and then tomorrow at 9.30am I’ve got a meeting about a new kitchen that we’re going to have in our house. Wish us luck.’
Once England’s win had been declared, Rob continued the raucous celebrations outside Wembley.
He then filmed himself swaying as he said: ‘I’m absolutely f***ed out my head, this is the greatest night of my life.’
In another highlight from his Euros 2020 videos, Rob was seen sitting down on the street near to a police car to eat chicken from KFC.
Loving it: Football fans applauded Rob’s updates, with one even calling it a ‘true work of art’
What a day: Rob, who donned full England garb and a bucket hat for the big game, spoke for a nation at Wembley as he documented England’s victory alongside pal Lloyd Griffiths
Posting his late-night meal on TikTok and Instagram, the star hilariously told fans: ‘No matter what happens in your life, you’ll still be on the floor eating chicken.’
After all the excitement, Rob got into an Uber and had some fun using the driver’s megaphone to shout ‘come on England’ and ‘It’s coming home’ out of the window.
Also sharing the aftermath of his drinking on Wednesday, Rob looked rather worse for wear as he explained that his planned kitchen meeting wasn’t great.
Chatting in the car he told fans: ‘Sat in the meeting about kitchens in absolute silence… and when I tried to talk my voice didn’t work, nothing came out.’
Not so breezy: The dad-of-two also shared his painful hangover on Wednesday, revealing he’d struggled through a meeting about kitchens and had a little cry in the car
Trouper: Despite his hangover, Rob managed to appear on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 Breakfast Show at 7.45am and take his children to their swimming lesson
Later he returned to Instagram Stories to reveal that he’d ‘just cried’ in the car and would be ordering a pizza to try and tame the raging hangover.
But amazingly, Rob managed to keep his guest appearance on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 Breakfast Show at 7.45am before taking his children to a swimming lesson.
‘I’m empty. I’ve got nothing else to give,’ Beckett told a sympathetic and amused Zoe on the radio on Wednesday.
Rob said: ‘I’ve lost my voice. I don’t know where my wallet is. I bought semi-final and final tickets last night… the final’s on my mum’s birthday and I’m hosting a BBQ, so that’s got to be sorted out.
‘It was so great. That’s the best atmosphere of any sporting event I’ve ever been to.’
Winners! England beat Germany 2-0 in the match, meaning the national team will now head to Rome for the quarter final game against Ukraine on Saturday (Wembley pictured on Tuesday)