Barbara d’Urso in these days is proving to be a great fan of the Italian national team, supporting it in every match played at Euro 2020. And so, the presenter also wanted to post a shot of her holidays while walking next to the flag of Italy.
Barbara d’Urso proved to be a great fan of the Italian national team of football, which this month is playing the European championship. Game after game the conductor she cheered through her social channels, showing great joy for each victory and a lot of tension when the result seemed to be uncertain: the enthusiasm for the blues, therefore, involved her too!
There conductor at this moment he is on vacation in his beloved Capalbio and, probably as he was returning from a relaxing day spent at the beach, he noticed one Italian flag next to the walkway: la d’Urso could not miss the opportunity to take a photo and publish it on social networks, as further support for the national team, which will play the final of Euro 2020 against England.
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Barbara d’Urso: support for Italy
Barbara d’Urso, therefore, she was immortalized while walking on the classic wooden walkway typical of maritime scenarios, with a outfit casual but always neat: a soft and wide blouse with long sleeves, a pair of denim shorts and high beige sandals. Dark sunglasses complement the look summer and cool of the presenter.
Just behind it, in addition to the sea and the closed umbrellas on the beach, you can see the waving Italian flag: a symbol of belonging that, in these days of Euro 2020 has become even more powerful. For this Barbara d’Urso, in the photo, she turns her proud and smiling gaze towards the Italian flag.
In the stories of Instagram, then, as the song accompanying this shot he chose an equally significant song: “But the sky is always bluer” by Rino Gaetano, with clear reference to the color of the national football uniform. A typhus which continues even beyond the appointments with the matches, and which will go on until Sunday, the day of the final: with whom will see it Barbara d’urso?