March girl's 'unforgettable' Wembley Stadium mascot experience in front of 80,000

PUBLISHED: 17:33 12 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:33 12 March 2018

Gracie Cornwell, who goes to Lionel Walden Primary School, was selected by Mastercard to be a Priceless Mascot for the Champions League Last 16 2nd Leg match for Tottenham vs Juventus at Wembley on March 7.

Gracie Cornwell, who goes to Lionel Walden Primary School, was selected by Mastercard to be a Priceless Mascot for the Champions League Last 16 2nd Leg match for Tottenham vs Juventus at Wembley on March 7.

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A seven-year-old girl from March had the "unforgettable experience" of walking out to over 80,000 cheering fans at Wembley Stadium after she was picked as a mascot.

Gracie Cornwell, of March, with Juventus defender Medhi Benatia.Gracie Cornwell, of March, with Juventus defender Medhi Benatia.

Gracie Cornwell, who goes to Lionel Walden Primary School, was selected by Mastercard to be a ‘Priceless Mascot’ for the Champions League Last 16 2nd Leg match for Tottenham vs Juventus at Wembley on March 7.

Her mum Tanya said: “She had a wonderful time and an unforgettable experience as she walked out at Wembley to over 80,000 fans cheering.

“She walked out with a Juventus defender ‘Benatia’ and she was obviously a lucky mascot as Juventus went on to win the match.

“She got to keep her mascot kit and watch the game.

“She enjoyed sharing her ‘priceless’ experience with her classmates at Lionel Walden Primary School.

To enter the Mastercard Priceless competition to give your son or daughter the chance to be a mascot visit www.mastercard.co.uk

Full terms and conditions are on the website.

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