BRADLEY Lowery’s parents have shared an adorable picture of his baby sister.
Newborn Gracie-Mae, who Bradley’s mum, Gema, and dad, Carlos, welcomed earlier this month was seen wearing a tiny baby-grow paying tribute to her brother.
Her little outfit features the words: “Hand-picked for earth by my brother in heaven.”
In a heartwarming Facebook status alongside the pic, Carl and Gemma, ambas cosas 38, escribió: “Gracie-Mae now weighs 8lb 9oz and she is two-weeks-old today.
“She is an absolute dream and we couldn’t be happier right now.”
The proud patents said the tiny girl had “changed so much since she was born” ya.
The parents added: “We did try and get some nice photos last night in her vest but she had other ideas.
“She is camera shy just like her oldest brother Kieran, and nothing like Bradley he absolutely loved his photo being taken.”
Speaking about her first footy match on Saturday, the parents said: “Today we are taking her to her first Sunderland match as we host the Bradley Lowery Foundation box for a lovely family to enjoy and make memories.
“I really hope she brings us some good luck.
“Thank you to everyone that has sent me well wishes, cards and presents it is really appreciated.”
Bradley’s mum and dad, who also have a teenage son, Kieran, welcomed Gracie-Mae earlier this month after announcing the news back in May.
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At the time she wrote Bradley will be “the best guardian angel to his little brother or sister”.
La familia, of Blackhall Colliery, Co Durham, celebrated their daughter’s arrival by taking her to watch Bradley’s beloved team, Sunderland.
Bradley died five-years ago after sadly losing his courageous battle against rare childhood cancer neuroblastoma aged six.
Although his family campaigned tirelessly to raise money for the rare form of cancer, doctors realised the illness was terminal and they sadly had to say goodbye to special Bradley in July 2017.
The footie-mad lad’s cheeky smile and brave battle captured the hearts of the nation.
He befriended ex-Sunderland ace Jermain Defoe, with Bradley becoming a regular mascot for his favourite team, holding hands with his idol as they walked on the pitch.
Jermain, who now plays for Scottish champions Rangers, says he still thinks about Bradley and keeps in touch with the family.
En Enero, él dijo: “It’s four years since he died but there’s not a day that goes by when he’s not in my mind. Especially now with the lockdown.
“The time that you get at home when you sit and reflect about things.
Cuándo NHS trainer Gemma announced Bradley’s death on Facebook it was shared 50,000 times in ten minutes.
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