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Prince Charles has wished the Welsh football team "huge good luck" ahead of their Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal tomorrow night.
While on a tour of Gwynedd in the north-west of the country, The Prince of Wales said: "I'm sure they've got a very good chance of beating Portugal. Everybody will be keeping their fingers crossed."
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Welsh footballer David Cotterill has shared a video of his teammate Joe Ledley recreating his victory celebrations in their locker room after Wales' 3-1 quarter-final win over Belgium.
Posting the video on Twitter, Cotterill wrote, "usual antics from this ledge" .
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Wales came from behind to go through to the last four of a major football tournament for the first time. They will now take on Portugal for a place in final.
Wales fans at home in Cardiff went wild as they saw their team go through to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 - the first time they have reached the final four in a major international competition in their team's history.
The team beat Belgium 3-1 and will now face Portugal to vie for a place in the final.
Crowds gathered to watch the match on a big screen - and come the final whistle, the place erupted.
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Uefa is "monitoring" delays that have held back Wales fans travelling to this evening's quarter-final with Belgium but has refused to delay the kick off.
Numerous supporters heading to the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille fear missing their national team's biggest match since the 1958 World Cup due to delays on the Eurotunnel.
A spokesperson for European football's governing body recognised the difficulties but said they were not yet on a scale to push back the game's starting time.
Uefa is aware of the current delays in the Eurotunnel and has gathered further information from the Welsh FA, local authorities and the tunnel operator.
It appears that the vast majority of fans with tickets will arrive on time at the stadium in Lille.
The match is therefore scheduled to go ahead as planned with a kick-off time of 9pm CET (8pm BST).
Uefa will continue to closely monitor any developments around this situation.
Welsh and Belgian football fans have been enjoying a festival atmosphere in the French city of Lille ahead of their sides' Euro 2016 quarter final.
Fans have been singing and dancing in the streets, with what appears to be a friendly atmosphere, with Welsh and Belgian fans chatting and taking selfies together.
This will be the first time the two sides meet in a major tournament, having faced each other in qualifiers and friendlies before this.