Robbie Brady's little girl proves she's her dad's number one fan
Robbie Brady's daughter Halle is her dad's number one fan.
He may have won the hearts of the nation on Wednesday night as he scored the goal that brought Ireland through to the last 16 of the Euros but Robbie Brady's number one fan is his daughter Halle.
Following the final whistle, a jubilant Robbie ran to to the stands in the Stade Denis where he could see his brother and partner Kerrie.
Kerrie, a choreographer who is from Swords in North County Dublin, was hoisted carefully from the crowds so she could embrace the Irish goalscorer as his tearful brother looked on.
The couple are parents to two-year-old daughter Halle, who joined her family in France.
Kerrie, who runs the Soul2Sould dance school in her native Swords, has been documenting her and Halle's journey in France with adorable Instagram photos.
The Norwich player rushed to the stands to embrace his longterm gfirlfriend after Ireland's triumph.
Speaking after the match, a visibly emotional Brady tried to explain what the success meant for him and made sure to include his family in his speech.
"Just have a look around and have a listen to what it means to everyone that's involved, me included," he said, the tears welling up in his eyes.
"I grew up waiting for this stage, dreaming about it since I was a little kid. To go and do it in front of my family is the best feeling in the world."
"What a fantastic night, I'm absolutely flabbergasted for all," he said.