Bradley Lowery shows off new haircut ahead of England mascot appearance
Little battler Bradley Lowery is set to undergo his latest bout of treatment to give him a boost ahead of his England mascot debut.
The Blackhall five-year-old, who is battling terminal cancer neuroblastoma, will be a mascot for the England team in their match against Lithuania on Sunday.
On his Facebook page ‘Bradley Lowery’s Fight Against Neuroblastoma,’ mum Gemma Lowery said: “Bradley’s had his first hair cut today since his hair grew back and he loves it.
“He took his top off to get the photo taken as he wanted to show everyone his muscles apparently.
“He is back at hospital tomorrow to get a blood and platelet transfusion ready to give him plenty of energy for the football on Sunday.
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“He is back to hospital next week for the final round of treatment before he gets his scans.”