Zara McDermott and Sam Thompson were pictured locked in a heated chat after the Soccer Aid afterparty on Sunday night.

The Love Island star, 27, has now set the record straight, claiming she was actually giving Sam, 31, a ‘passionate’ post-match pep talk instead.

Zara took to Instagram on Monday to address the pictures and said she was telling the reality star ‘positive affirmations’, after it looked like they were having an argument.

She wrote: ‘Why did this make me laugh so much btw [laughing emojis] “Stop saying you should have scored!!!! You did your best and that’s all that matters!! You need to stop doubting yourself!!!”

‘It looks like we are having an argument but I’m actually telling him positive affirmations in a very passionate manner.’

Zara McDermott, 27, and Sam Thompson, 31, were pictured locked in a heated chat after the Soccer Aid afterparty on Sunday night

Zara McDermott, 27, and Sam Thompson, 31, were pictured locked in a heated chat after the Soccer Aid afterparty on Sunday night

Zara McDermott, 27, and Sam Thompson, 31, were pictured locked in a heated chat after the Soccer Aid afterparty on Sunday night

The Love Island star has now set the record straight, claiming she was actually giving Sam a 'passionate' post-match pep talk instead

The Love Island star has now set the record straight, claiming she was actually giving Sam a 'passionate' post-match pep talk instead

The Love Island star has now set the record straight, claiming she was actually giving Sam a ‘passionate’ post-match pep talk instead

As they departed the star-studded afterparty at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, Zara engaged in a fiery conversation with the Made In Chelsea star.

Zara appeared frustrated as she visibly waved her arms around while deep in a tense chat – but now confirmed it was just an incredibly passionate conversation.

Earlier in the day, supportive girlfriend Zara cheered on the TV star as he helped England secure a 6-3 win against World XI in the charity match.

Before the couple arrived at the afterparty, Sam kickstarted his team’s celebrations on a party bus with the likes of Jill Scott, Danny Dyer, Bobby Brazier and Tom Grennan. 

Zara was the epitome of chic as she cheerfully supported Sam alongside his family in the stands.

Sam took to the field at Stamford Bridge in London for the UNICEF 2024 event and was supported by his doting girlfriend as England triumphed with a 6-3 victory over a star-studded World XI. 

The Love Island stunner looked effortlessly glamorous as she flaunted a classy look in a white puffed blouse and a flawless blow-dry.

She accessorised with small chunky gold earrings and showed off her stunning looks in a rouge lipstick and rosy blush.

Zara took to Instagram on Monday to address the pictures and said she was telling the reality star 'positive affirmations', after it looked like they were having an argument

Zara took to Instagram on Monday to address the pictures and said she was telling the reality star 'positive affirmations', after it looked like they were having an argument

Zara took to Instagram on Monday to address the pictures and said she was telling the reality star ‘positive affirmations’, after it looked like they were having an argument

Explaining what their fiery conversation was about, Zara wrote: 'Why did this make me laugh so much btw [laughing emojis] "Stop saying you should have scored!!!! You did your best and that's all that matters!! You need to stop doubting yourself!!!"

Explaining what their fiery conversation was about, Zara wrote: 'Why did this make me laugh so much btw [laughing emojis] "Stop saying you should have scored!!!! You did your best and that's all that matters!! You need to stop doubting yourself!!!"

Explaining what their fiery conversation was about, Zara wrote: ‘Why did this make me laugh so much btw [laughing emojis] “Stop saying you should have scored!!!! You did your best and that’s all that matters!! You need to stop doubting yourself!!!”

She added: 'It looks like we are having an argument but I'm actually telling him positive affirmations in a very passionate manner'

She added: 'It looks like we are having an argument but I'm actually telling him positive affirmations in a very passionate manner'

She added: ‘It looks like we are having an argument but I’m actually telling him positive affirmations in a very passionate manner’ 

On Saturday Sam revealed he has suffered an injury just hours before he was set to play for the celebrity Soccer Aid match.

The radio host revealed he had been ‘living’ in the physio room in the lead up to the game.

Sharing an update to his Instagram, he uploaded a clip while he received treatment from the team.  

Reuniting with his former I’m A Celebrity campmate, Tony Bellew – who will play for rival team World XI, the duo caught up after Sam’s physiotherapy session.

Walking into the room, the boxer joked: ‘Do you just live in here? You’ve been in here all day.’

Laughing Sam responded: ‘It’s because I’ve tweaked the old quad, mate,’ before adding that Tony didn’t believe he was injured.

‘They call the physio room, the Sam room. What a group of legends,’ the TV personality captioned.

This year’s Soccer Aid clash took place in London where a mix of former pro footballers and celebrities representing two teams – England and the World – took on each other in a televised event at Stamford Bridge to raise money for Unicef.

Sam took to the field at Stamford Bridge in London for the UNICEF 2024 event and was supported by his doting girlfriend

Sam took to the field at Stamford Bridge in London for the UNICEF 2024 event and was supported by his doting girlfriend

Sam took to the field at Stamford Bridge in London for the UNICEF 2024 event and was supported by his doting girlfriend

Zara was the epitome of chic as she cheerfully supported Sam alongside his family in the stands

Zara was the epitome of chic as she cheerfully supported Sam alongside his family in the stands

Zara was the epitome of chic as she cheerfully supported Sam alongside his family in the stands 

The former Made In Chelsea star accessorised with small chunky gold earrings

The former Made In Chelsea star accessorised with small chunky gold earrings

The former Made In Chelsea star accessorised with small chunky gold earrings

On Saturday Sam revealed he has suffered an injury just hours before he was set to play for the celebrity Soccer Aid match

On Saturday Sam revealed he has suffered an injury just hours before he was set to play for the celebrity Soccer Aid match

On Saturday Sam revealed he has suffered an injury just hours before he was set to play for the celebrity Soccer Aid match

The radio host, revealed he had been 'living' in the physio room in the lead up to the game

The radio host, revealed he had been 'living' in the physio room in the lead up to the game

The radio host, revealed he had been ‘living’ in the physio room in the lead up to the game

Reuniting with his former I'm A Celebrity campmate, Tony Bellew - who will play for rival team World XI, the duo caught up after Sam's physiotherapy session

Reuniting with his former I'm A Celebrity campmate, Tony Bellew - who will play for rival team World XI, the duo caught up after Sam's physiotherapy session

Reuniting with his former I’m A Celebrity campmate, Tony Bellew – who will play for rival team World XI, the duo caught up after Sam’s physiotherapy session

Sam was joined by Steven Bartlett, Bobby Brazier, Stuart Broad, Alex Brooker, Erin Doherty, Danny Dyer, Sir Mo Farah, Tom Grennan, Eddie Hearn, Tom Hiddleston, Paddy McGuinness, Miniminter, Sam Quek, who will complete the celebrity squad.

Legends Jill Scott (Captain), Gary Cahill, Karen Carney, Joe Cole, Jermain Defoe, David James, Theo Walcott, Ellen White, and Jack Wilshere competed England.

Meanwhile, stars Usain Bolt (Captain), Maisie Adam, Theo Baker, Martin Compston, Diamond, Tommy Fury, Roman Kemp, Lee Mack, Jason Manford, Emmett J Scanlan, Micheal Ward and Tion Wayne joined Tony on World XI.

With Eden Hazard, Roberto Carlos, Petr Cech, Patrice Evra, John Obi Mikel, Michael Essien, Alessandro Del Piero, Kheira Hamraoui, Olga Garcia and Kaylyn Kyle also joining as legends.

Soccer Aid for UNICEF was created in 2006 by Robbie Williams with the goal of bringing nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide to help them receive the best possible start to life.

Soccer Aid for UNICEF was created in 2006 by Robbie Williams with the goal of bringing nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide to help them receive the best possible start to life.

Last year’s game which was hosted at Old Trafford, was the the most successful game on record, raising a record-breaking £14.6m.

Sam explained: 'It's because I've tweaked the old quad, mate,' before adding that Tony didn't believe he was injured'

Sam explained: 'It's because I've tweaked the old quad, mate,' before adding that Tony didn't believe he was injured'

Sam explained: ‘It’s because I’ve tweaked the old quad, mate,’ before adding that Tony didn’t believe he was injured’

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