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Viral sensation Mark Ian Hoyle, also known as LadBaby, and his wife Roxanne after being surprised with tickets to the England Euro semi-final by Aaron Ramsdale of Sheffield United. Photos: LadBaby / YouTube and Getty Images

LadBaby, otherwise known as Mark Hoyle and his wife Roxanne, are bloggers and YouTubers from Nottingham who rose to fame when their parody singles “We Built This City” [on sausage rolls], “I Love Sausage Rolls” and “Don’t Stop Me Eatin ‘” took the No.1 Christmas spot in 2018, 2019 and 2020 – making it only the third act with three consecutive No.1 Christmases in the charts British, after the Beatles and the Spice Girls.

United goalkeeper Ramsdale is a huge fan of LadBaby’s work, having previously posted on his Instagram Stories singing their ode to sausage rolls, and surprised Mark with an offer of tickets to Denmark’s clash at Wembley

Mark posted his enthusiastic reaction to YouTube, leading his wife Roxanne and son to share the good news with them.

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The couple then had to pass a Covid-19 side-flow test before being allowed into Wembley, with Mark – who dyed his hair in the shape of a St. George’s Cross – also donning an English flag jumpsuit in the video.

Inside Wembley, they posted a photo of themselves with Baddiel and Skinner, the lead vocalists of the iconic ‘Three Lions’ song that became the soundtrack of the English campaign for Euro, with the caption: “LA VIE MADE!” “

Fan Caroline Murty tweeted, “Good boy Aaron, you made a boy very happy. And by that, I mean about 30 years old, 6 feet 7 inches! “

It was a night to remember for the couple and the rest of the Wembley crowd, as the winner from Harry Kane sealed England’s place in Sunday’s final after an own home goal from Simon Kjær called off Mikkel Damsgaard’s superb first 25-meter free kick after half an hour.

Ramsdale was on the bench, having been called up to Gareth Southgate’s Euros team in the eleventh hour after an injury to former Blade Dean Henderson.

The couple turned to music in an effort to raise awareness of food poverty in the UK, supporting the Trussell Trust – a charity that supports more than 1,200 food banks across the country.

“There was a time when we had just had our first child and we were struggling, you know? Mark told the Big Issue last year.

“We went down to single parent income, we had a hard time getting food on the table.

At one point after our bills were paid we had around £ 20 per week for food. We know this worry, when you are in a supermarket and you don’t have all the money you would like to feed the family.

“On our channel, usually, we try to make people laugh. It happened on Christmas and someone said jokingly, ‘You should do a song about the sausage rolls.’ And I thought, i can sing about food and fundraise for people who have trouble eating. “

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