Jamie Vardy's fiancée reveals all about Leicester's 'wild title party

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Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Chelsea last Monday meant Leicester had done the impossible; they'd won the Premier League title. 

The Foxes are just the sixth team ever to claim the title and started the season as 5000/1 outsiders to top the table.

Leading the charge for Claudio Ranieri's side has been Jamie Vardy who, after the 3-1 win against Everton yesterday at the King Power Stadium, now has 24 goals to his name this season.

Vardy decided to host a party at his house during Spurs' draw against Chelsea so his team-mates could witness history being made together and it was certainly quite the scene; defender Christian Fuchs tweeted a video of the wild celebrations after the full-time whistle had blown at Stamford Bridge.

However Vardy's fiancée, Becky Nicholson, has now spoken about the full extent of the madness - and has revealed Leicester had to send security to the house after hundreds of fans gathered outside.

The celebrations eventually ended at 4.30am, and Becky also revealed she was the one left to tidy up the mess left behind.

She told the Sunday Mirror: “It was pretty wild towards the end. Some of the lads started to leave around at 4.30am.

“It was a special night. I was running around hosting all these crazy boys, getting them drinks, making food, and just watching that moment unfold. Amazingly our daughter Sofia was asleep upstairs the whole time! Her bedroom is above the kitchen, she’s 18 months old, but she didn’t even move!

“We didn’t realise there was a huge crowd outside until the club called and had to send security to get things under control. I’ve never seen anything so incredible – though sadly it was me who had to clean up.”

Vardy emerged from his home the next day looking a little worse for wear, but didn't seem to be suffering any long-term effects as his double helped Leicester to a 3-1 win to get the party started yesterday.

The double means that the England striker is now just one goal behind Harry Kane in the race to be named the Premier League's top scorer.

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Kasper Schmeichel
Leicester City
England Football
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