John Terry and wife in Covid lockdown celebration of their twins as they turn 14
The current global pandemic has not stopped the JT and wife Toni, from throwing their children the ultimate 14th birthday bash at their sprawling Surrey mansion.
The couple pulled out all the stops to ensure their fraternal twins Georgie and Summer enjoyed their special day.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 39-year-old retired footballer gave fans a look at their celebrations, as he showed off the mountain of gifts the twins had received.
Among the pile of presents were a cake each for the twins, gaming seats and a doughnut wall that they no doubt made good use of later in the day.
Alongside the shots, which accompanied sweet throwback snaps of his kids, John penned: ‘My [world] Happy 14th Birthday to the best Son & Daughter I could have ever wished for.
‘I Love you Toooooooooooooooo much’.
Toni, 38, also shared a sweet selection of shots, as she gushed: ‘My beautiful babies are growing into beautiful young adults.
‘You are my world. You have made me smile everyday from the day you were born. Your both so kind and thoughtful, you have the biggest hearts and we have so much fun together.
‘Thank you for being so amazing. Happy 14th Birthday my darlings x I love you so much’.
Toni and John married in a romantic ceremony at Blenheim Palace in June 2007.
Although the couple now have a happy family with their twins, their journey to parenthood hasn’t been an easy one.
Toni previously revealed her fertility struggles, revealing it took three years for her to fall pregnant after she was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
She told Lorraine Kelly in 2018: ‘I got diagnosed with POS – polycystic ovary syndrome – and it was a big shock, I didn’t have any symptoms.
‘I just thought it wasn’t happening.
‘We then went down the course of IVI – which is slightly different to IVF – and we fell pregnant. But it was really tough. It took me three years to fall pregnant.’