BETHANY England has joined up with her Lioness team mates ahead of the Women’s World Cup next month - and received a legacy cap from the Prince of Wales.
The Kingstone woman, who recently turned 29, scored 12 goals in 12 WSL games for Tottenham Hotspur after moving in January from Chelsea for a suspected British record.
She finished third in the league’s top-scorer chart.
Bethany has 21 England caps, with 11 goals, and was as unused substitute as they won the European Championships last summer.
She has not been selected in any squads this year until now - and she joined up with her England team mates earlier this week following a post-season break.
The Prince of Wales, William, told the team ‘go get them’ as he made a surprise visit to St George’s Park to wish them luck.
William, president of the Football Association, dropped into England’s national football centre in Burton on Tuesday to meet players, staff and head coach Sarina Wiegman.
Bethany was then presented with a legacy cap - which were handed out to the squad following their Euro heroics in 2022.
The World Cup is in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20.