England’s World Cup Wags plan mega bling holiday to Qatar – including camel racing

    ENGLAND’S Wags aim to have a ball and shop for bling in Qatar while their fellas try to win the World Cup there.

    The players’ partners have already eyed up a £40,000-a-night stay at the Ritz-Carlton’s five-star Sharq Village and Spa in Doha.

    The Wags, including Sasha Attwood, plan to watch camels race on the sands

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    The Wags, including Sasha Attwood, plan to watch camels race on the sands
    Sasha is the glamorous girlfriend of England's Jack Grealish

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    Sasha is the glamorous girlfriend of England’s Jack GrealishCredit: Getty
    Other Three Lions family members will be holed up at the five-star Marsa Malaz Kempinski

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    Other Three Lions family members will be holed up at the five-star Marsa Malaz KempinskiCredit: KEMPINSKI

    Up to ten aim to share its Royal Villa with ocean views, a chef’s kitchen and 24-hour butler service.

    Spa treatments include a £170 stress relief massage, should the Three Lions be taken to penalties, and a £400 facial to ease tension.

    The Wags — including Harry Maguire’s wife Fern, Jordan ­Pickford’s missus Megan, Kyle Walker’s other half Annie, Jack Grealish’s girlfriend Sasha Attwood and Declan Rice’s partner Lauren Fryer — also plan to watch camels race on the sands.

    A planned trip to Pearl Island will include visiting high end jewellery and clothing outlets.

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    A source said: “They want to see everything Doha has to offer. They’re excited about going and want to make the most of it.

    “They are going to behave themselves but this is going to be a no expense spared trip of a lifetime for them all.”

    The Wags will be staying on a £1billion cruise liner during the tournament — with other family members holed up at the five-star Marsa Malaz Kempinski.

    Their secret plans emerged after a presentation by the Football Association warned them to be on their best behaviour in Qatar where rules are strict.

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    They were told that in public they must “dress modestly” and avoid displays of affection.

    They must not drink alcohol or swear in public, play loud music, sing, shout or act “inappropriately” during prayer calls.

    The FA delivered the non- negotiable rules at a secret ­presentation ahead of England’s 3-3 draw with Germany at Wembley last month.

    England boss Gareth Southgate is expected to name his World Cup squad in the coming days.

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    His side are among the pre-tournament favourites.

    The Three Lions’ first group match will be against Iran in Doha on November 21 — the day after the tournament starts.

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