THE partner of England football star John Stones is causing controversy by reposting anti-vaxx messages online.
The revelation comes after The Sun revealed on Saturday that at least five Three Lions’ players have refused to have Covid jabs.
It is feared the reposting by beauty clinic boss Olivia Naylor — who has 45,000 Instagram followers — will dissuade others from having the vaccine.
She applauded a recent post featuring Orlando Magic basketball ace Jonathan Isaacs, 24, who declared that natural immunity would protect him from the virus.
He said: “I understand the vaccine would help if you catch Covid and you’ll be able to have less symptoms from contracting it. But with me having Covid in the past and having antibodies, with my current age group and my fitness level, it’s not necessarily a fear of mine taking the vaccine.”
He added: “It does open me up to the albeit rare chance but the possibility of having an adverse reaction to the vaccine itself.
“I don’t think being unvaccinated means infected or being vaccinated means uninfected. You can still catch Covid with or without having the vaccine.”
The Wag responded by writing: “Perfectly spoken”.
The video was originally posted by therightwingedangel, run by self-proclaimed “right wing warrior” and anti-vaxxer Oliver Mac.
It is not known if Manchester City defender Stones, 27, shares the same views.
He is in Gareth Southgate’s 23-man squad heading out to Andorra this week for the Three Lions’ latest World Cup qualifer on Saturday.
Organisers of next year’s finals in Qatar are planning to ban unvaccinated players.