The former Love Island star took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share a picture of Jarrod being interviewed on TV after the game – as she watched the match from home.
“So proud,” the 26-year-old penned along with a crying face and hearts emojis on her Instagram story.
Although the TV star watched the match at home, she showed her support throughout the day with several photos of him with their family, including a sweet snap of Bowen holding their newborn twins ahead of the West Ham cup final.
Captioning the sweet post, Dyer wrote: “Good luck tonight daddy, we love you so so much. So proud of you every single day @jarrodbowen”.
While another saw the twins alongside her son, Santiago, with former partner Sammy Kimmence, dressed in the West Ham football kit in support of the football star ahead of his big game in Prague.
The couple’s daughters arrived just a day after Dyer watched her other half score in West Ham United’s final home tie of the season, a 3-1 victory over Leeds United.
Annoucing the birth, the reality star shared the happy news on Instagram and gave fans a first glimpse at the newborns in a slew of adorable shots showing them fast asleep in pink onesies and hats with large bows.
Revealing Summer and Star’s date of birth in the caption as “22.05.23,” she added a red love heart emoji.
Bowen’s last-minute strike secured a dramatic 2-1 victory for West Ham over Fiorentina in the Europa Conference League final in Prague and ended their 43-year wait for a trophy.
The 26-year-old winger raced on to Lucas Paqueta’s through-ball and slotted home to spark wild celebrations on the pitch, the touchline and in the stands.
“I can’t sum it up, it’s the best feeling I’ve had in my career,” said Bowen. “When I went through I had a lot of time and it was just about making sure you put it in.
“The keeper came out and I think I fell over, I looked up and the ball was going in and I thought ‘no, this isn’t happening’.
“I spoke to my family before and said ‘imagine scoring a goal in the last minute’. To bring a trophy to this club is the best moment of my career.
“The fans as well, seeing them after the game I was a bit lost for words. It’s the best feeling of my life, never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d win a European trophy.
“I’m so buzzing, all of us are just going to go mad I think. You have to celebrate.
“When the final whistle went I just thought’ this party is going to be crazy. I’m just a little boy from Leominster who never thought I’d be talking like this. My family are crying and it just shows me how far I’ve come.”