Raheem Sterling kids dressed up on world book day in the UK [Photos]

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It is the world book day, an annual event that is celebrated all across the globe. The world book day is an auspicious day set aside to celebrate the power of reading. Reasonably, the event is widely celebrated in the western world with the aim of encouraging more kids to read.

On a day like this, different celebrities and stars dress up their kids in a funny costume to represent a notable character whether in film, music, politics, sports or any works of life. Expectedly, quite a number of pictures from celebrities have flooded the social media space and in some of the pictures that surfaced online was that of Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling two kids. They were pictured in a funny matching outfit which represents Peter Pan and Peppa Pig

See their pictures below:

 

 

The pictures were uploaded by Paige Milian the wife and mother of Raheem Sterling’s children. Over the years, there has been speculation about the number of children that the England star has. There was a post published one time that Raheem Sterling has children with three different women.

Raheem Sterling and Paige Milian

For the records, Raheem Sterling has just two children, Melody Rose and Thiago. Melody Rose was birthed from the football star’s former relationship, however, his long-term girlfriend, Paige Milian bore him Thiago in 2017. Coincidentally, the world book day 2020 falls with Thiago’s birthday. The happy mother uploaded the picture of her son online wishing him a super-duper birthday and happy world book day. In a spirit of correctness, it didn’t take long before the Manchester City forward uploaded the picture of his son Thiago on his Insta-story, wishing him a happy day on his birthday.

Meanwhile, it is worthy to know that the weekend  might be a little bit hectic for the football star as Manchester City will take on their community rival, Manchester United.

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