October 5, 2023

John Terry, a former captain of both Chelsea and England and his wife Toni welcomed twins into the world in 2006. This week, their kids celebrated their most recent birthday.
The twins of John Terry have outgrown receiving matching Chelsea uniforms, but their most recent birthday present won’t have disappointed them.

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One boy and one girl, Georgie and Summer, were born to Terry’s wife Toni in 2006; this week, the two celebrated their 17th birthdays. And to commemorate the event, the former England captain posted a series of images on Instagram, beginning with two models of the number “17” each encircled by a pink or blue balloon.
“We hope you have an amazing day, Mum and I wish you all the happiness and success in the world,” he said in the post’s caption. We both have so much pride in you. We adore you so much.
He then revealed their expensive gifts in a subsequent series of photos. In addition to identical birthday cakes, the twins were each given a brand-new Mercedes worth £41,000 to celebrate reaching the legal driving age.
The Mercedes A-Class AMG Line Premium Plus model appears to be present in both vehicles. And to identify which child’s flashy automobile belonged to which, one had a blue bow on the roof and the other a pink bow.
“Happy 17th Birthday to my beautiful babies @georgie26terry and @sum26terry,” wrote partner Toni alongside a string of photos she shared to commemorate the milestone. I’m the happiest mother in the world thanks to you! You both make me smile every day, and I love you both so much. I’m so proud of you both in every aspect.
The event might have given Terry some much-needed reprieve from the stress of his current coaching position at Leicester City. On Monday, the Foxes travel to Newcastle United, but by the time they take the field at St. James’ Park, they could have already been demoted.

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Leicester is currently in 19th place and two points from being safe. But if the Toon Army wants to continue the battle into the final day of the season on Sunday, May 28, wins for both Nottingham Forest and Everton on Saturday will mean that no less than three points will do.


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