"It was your Majesty, you, who inspired me. "
Sarina Wiegman claims Queen Elizabeth II was impressed by her Lionesses' Euro 2022 win in a letter addressed to England's women's coach in summer.
After her death this Thursday, Wiegman states that Queen Elizabeth influenced her to be "a mother figure for people to seek stability and peace from."
In the meantime, England men's boss Gareth Southgate said that the Queen has shown to the entire people of the world "what it is to be British."
England women were the winners of the nation's first major championship since the men's 1966 World Cup in July, and Wiegman added: "This summer she [the Queen] took a moment to email me as well as my teammates thanking us for our achievements.
"In the letter, she referred to us as an inspiration for women and girls. It was you, Your Majesty, the Queen, who gave us the strength of your tireless dedication to working as well as your leadership, dignity, and compassion.
"The national anthem, sung with great respect by my team and players and staff, was a reminder of her importance to the nation. The words "send her triumphant" - a phrase printed on our shirts but also in our hearts.
"My prayers are for the Royal Family as well as the entire of the United Kingdom as they come to terms with this devastating news. "
Southgate, The official, echoing Wiegman's words Southgate, who echoed Wiegman's sentiments, stated: "In remembering and celebrating the Queen's life and legacy, Her Majesty the Queen, we also recognize her extraordinary leadership skills and a lifelong dedication to her duties.
"Her values integrity, her dignity, and her strength were an example for us all. She gave us confidence and stability during the best but also the toughest of times. "
Football Association has confirmed tributes will be paid in England's Nations League fixture with Germany at Wembley on the 26th of September, which includes a moment of silence before kick-off as well as sporting black armbands.
Southgate stated: "The team will have the opportunity to pay tributes when we play Germany in the next few days.
"An event that will naturally recall that World Cup final in 1966 and the moment in which Her Majesty handed over the Jules Rimet trophy to Bobby Moore.
"As Wembley and the country goes silent, I'll be thinking of her and the 70 years she served in perfect service. "