English footballers Millie Bright and Rachel Daly celebrated their friendship in a unique way by getting matching tattoos. The Lionesses stars revealed that both of them wanted to do something like this for a very long time. Both players are currently a part of the ongoing FIFA Women's World Cup 2023, and the tournament gave them a perfect opportunity to get matching tattoos.
The footballers gave a tribute to their friendship in their own way and got ½ (half) inked on their hands to signify that they complete each other. The 29-year-old Bright spoke about her best bud and said that the moment she met Rachel, she knew they would become the best of friends. Bright said, "Probably the day I met her, to be honest. It was friends at first sight.”
The Chelsea Women player also added that both of them wanted to get the same kind of tattoo, just like how best friends do. Talking about the ½ tattoo they ended up getting, the Chesterfield-born said that it took them time to find the best tattoo, but they finally found it. ½ represents that Daly is her other half and vice-versa.
The Lionesses captain told The Mirror, "It took us ages to find the right one and we ended up going with half on our hands because she is the other half of me, my life is not complete without her. I think it's been such a natural friendship with Rach and she really has become part of the family now.”
Notably, England will lock horns with Nigeria on August 7, Monday, in the Round of 16 clash at the Brisbane Football Stadium.