In 25 days the Red Roses will fly for Ireland hoping to return world champions. We're bringing you a Red Rose a day, until the squad depart.
Next up is 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup winner Rochelle 'Rocky' Clark.
What do you remember about the first time you played rugby?
"Not having a clue about what the hell was going on, the first rule I learned was that you had to tackle the person with the ball. I was just running around like a blue arsed fly. I loved it."
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
"When you are under pressure, go to your strengths. Don’t force things."
What does it mean to you to play for England?
"It means everything, that’s why I keep doing it. It’s addictive, passionate. It’s everything I live for really."
What drives you to be the best you can be?
"The thought of being a double world champion is quite motivating. There are a lot of amazing youngsters coming through that continue to push me so they keep me on my toes."
What did it feel like singing the national anthem for the first time?
"It was so emotional, hairs on the back of your neck stand up and your chest is puffed out and you’re just so proud. You are thankful for all those people that helped you get there. It’s such a great feeling."
Who has been the biggest influence on your career?
"Graham Smith, the old England forwards coach, I had a lot of caps underneath him and he pushed me to achieve big things."
If you were stranded on a desert island, what’s the one thing you would take with you?
"A bath, I need hot baths at my age."
What’s your guilty pleasure?
"I quite like a cheeky curry on occasion or salt and vinegar pringles."
If you could attend one sporting event, which one would you pick?
"A Lions Test."
If you could choose three celebrities to do Come Dine With Me, who would you choose?
"Melissa McCarthy, Morgan Freeman and Jason Leonard."
What is the one thing from home you always take with you on tour?
"A hot water bottle."
If you could choose one superpower for the day, what would you pick?
"I’d be invisible so I could get into places you’re not allowed to be in."