Even amidst the coronavirus lockdown in the world, Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling would not miss any opportunity to flaunt his enviable kids on social media. The England player shared a beautiful picture of his two kids Melody Rose and Thiago with an amazing set of a living room behind them.
Melody Rose and Thiago would definitely make a good start if they decide to pick modeling jobs as a career as they glow in a stylish outfit. The footballer’s kids gave an amazing posture that will wow the curiosity of their father’s 6.8 million Instagram followers. Though the two kids are not from the same mothers, however, Sterling’s new girlfriend and baby mama Paige Millian have been a good mum and guardian to both children. Reasonably, the bound that exist between the two kids know no end.
Raheem Sterling often uploads his kid’s picture online as much as he flaunts his beautiful girlfriend’s picture, Paige Millian online. Sterling and Millian started dating when the Manchester City attacker started for playing professionally Queen Park Ranger’s youth division. There is no report to confirm the exact year that they started dating but it is clear that the duo has been courting since Sterling was in QPR.
Meanwhile, Raheem Sterling’s first child Melody Rose was not from Paige Millian, he had his first child with his former unidentified girlfriend. However, Paige Millian bore the English player a son in 2017 two years after he moved to Manchester City where he is currently prying his trade.
It is expedient to know that Raheem Sterling is one of the notable Premier League players that have announced the fundraising scheme created by Premier League players dubbed ‘Players Together’.
The scheme will be channeled to raising and donating money to the National Health Service to join in the fight of the novel coronavirus. This money will be used to purchase more sophisticated pieces of equipment to intensify the fight against the pandemic. Also, it would be used to deliver relief materials to people who are badly affected by the consequences of the pandemic.