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Harry Kane is a busy guy right now, with the small matter of England’s Euros campaign kicking off today. But luckily for us, the super striker stepped up to the spot for a chat about his other frontman role – as the face of BOSS Bottled United fragrance

What’s it like fronting the new BOSS fragrance?

I’m really happy to be part of it. BOSS really know how to do a campaign. Modelling is something I’ve had to get used to. I enjoy it, it’s something totally different from football, so it’s nice to change it up now and again.

Where would you most like to wear the new fragrance, and why?

I like to wear a bit every day to be honest. Part of my daily routine is to splash a bit on after a shower. Makes me feel fresh and ready to go.

The fragrance is about ‘challenging stereotypes’ – what’s the biggest misconception people have about being a top footballer?

People seem to think footballers don’t have much knowledge outside of the sport, which of course is not true. Some of the smartest people I know have come through football.

Do you pay a lot of attention to fashion?

I do like my clothes, I would say my style is very traditional with a modern twist. I don’t go for the flare type outfits, but like to think I look smart/casual most of the time.

England skipper Harry Kane is a hands on dad

What does it mean to you to captain England in the Euros?

It’s always a great honour, especially at a major tournament. We’ve had to wait an extra year for this one, so everyone is really excited and eager to get going. Hopefully we can bring back the good feeling we got from the World Cup, and this time go even further.

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How do you handle the pressure of being England captain?

I just try to remain as level headed as possible, I have a good team and family around me that helps me do that. I learn from my teammates and previous captains, and just try to do the best job I can.

You became a dad for the third time at the start of lockdown 3, what was that like?

It’s a great feeling becoming a dad again. The lockdown allowed me to help out a lot more around the house, so we’ve got to take the positives from it. I look forward to watching them all grow up together.

Harry and wife Kate have three children together

You’ve known your wife since your school days, does she keep you grounded?

Yes, she is always there for me and it’s been great to share this whole journey with her. When I come home after a defeat she is always there to try and say the right thing, and for sure she keeps me grounded. Even if I’ve had a great game the previous night, I’ll be changing the nappies in the morning [Laughs].

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What sort of dad do you think you are?

My children are still at such a young age it’s hard to say what sort of dad I am. As they grow up I like to think I’ll be a caring dad with a little bit of discipline.

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What’s the biggest thing you’ve learned from becoming a father?

Patience [Laughs].

How do you deal with being in the spotlight?

Obviously being in the spotlight means we can’t do normal things so easily, like taking the children to the park etc, but it’s all part of it and of course I wouldn’t change it for the world. We are very private as a family and I like to think we have managed that well since being in the spotlight.