THE parents of tragic Bradley Lowery have marked their new baby’s arrival by taking her to see his beloved Sunderland play.
Carl and Gemma Lowery shared a snap of their daughter among fans who had taken little cancer victim Bradley to their hearts.
Bradley died aged six in 2017 after a brave battle with cancer[/caption]
Gemma, 38, wrote of Saturday’s League One game against Ipswich: “Gracie-Mae’s first Sunderland match at two weeks old.
“She was no bother and they managed to get a 2-0 win. Happy days.”
Bradley died aged six in 2017 after a brave battle.
Ex-Sunderland ace Jermain Defoe became his pal, he led England out at Wembley for a World Cup qualifier and got notes of support from around the world.
When NHS trainer Gemma announced Bradley’s death on Facebook it was shared 50,000 times in ten minutes.
She and builder Carl, 38, celebrated Gracie-Mae’s birth at Sunderland Royal Hospital.
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Gemma, of Blackhall, Co Durham, who also has teenage son Kieran, said: “Bradley is going to be the best guardian angel to his sister.”
Gemma, of Blackhall, said: ‘Bradley is going to be the best guardian angel to his sister’[/caption]
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