England Lionesses heroes Leah Williamson and Beth Mead enjoy McDonald’s after Euro 2022 victory

After a lot of partying, Arsenal and England stars Leah Williamson and Beth Mead decided to treat themselves to a McDonald’s.

England heroes Leah Williamson and Beth Mead treated themselves to McDonald’s the day after their historic Euro 2022 final win.

The Lionesses beat Germany 2-1 after extra time in front of a record attendance at Wembley, with Ella Toone and Chloe Kelly the goal scorers.

Today, the slightly bleary-eyed Lionesses headed to Trafalgar Square, clad in red bucket hats, to celebrate with 7,000 England fans.

Beth Mead with a McDonald’s the day after the Euro 2022 final. Credit: Leah Williamson/Instagram

Young supporters and footballers told LondonWorld it was a “massive inspiration” for women’s sport.

However the Lionesses admitted they had been enjoying the celebrations.

Captain and Arsenal star Williamson said: “We’ve partied more than we’ve actually played football in the last 24 hours.”

Leah Williamson and presenter Alex Scott at the Lionesses’ celebration in Trafalgar Square. Credit: Leon Neal/Getty Images

When asked about how she was feeling at the final whistle, Williamson added: “Relief - we were all pretty tired,

“This team likes to work hard but we definitely like to party harder, so that’s what I was thinking about at the final whistle.

“That party is not going to stop.”

BETH MEAD: Won the golden boot at Euro 2022. Picture: Getty Images.

And today, after according to Williamson a lot of partying, the skipper and her Arsenal teammate and player of the tournament winner Beth Mead treated themselves to a McDonald’s.

Williamson posted a photo on her Instagram story of Mead with two large McDonald’s takeaway bags, saying: “Couldn’t be more deserved could it?”

The two Arsenal stars were two of the Lionesses heroes of the tournament, with Mead scoring six goals - the joint most in the tournament with Germany’s Alexandra Popp.

Williamson, 25, was captaining England in her first tournament, and helped the Lionesses claim the trophy with leadership, composure and brilliant passing.