- Mikel Obi has taken to social media to show how perfectly his twin daughters can ride their bicycles
- The former Super Eagles captain captured the moment his kids Mia and Ava enjoyed one of their leisure moments
- The former Chelsea midfielder became a father in 2015 when his girlfriend delivered a set of twin girls
Former Nigerian international Mikel Obi has continued to shower love on his twin daughters, Mia and Ava.
In 2015, the ex-Chelsea midfielder kicked off his fatherhood journey with a set of twins who were birthed by his Russian girlfriend, Olga Diyachenko.
It was gathered that Mikel and Olga have been dating since 2012, and the former footballer once expressed his 'unending' love for her.
Since the birth of their kids in 2015, the pair have continued to update their followers on how they are growing.
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And in a clip sighted on Mikel's Instagram status on November 3, Mia and Ava were spotted cruising around the streets with their bicycles.
The pair, who clocked seven in September, expertly rode their bikes, with the father adding the caption: "You are now a pro cyclist."
On the twins' 7th birthday, Mikel wrote:
"Happy birthday to my world. I love you two so much, I am so so incredibly blessed and proud. You guys are most sweet and kind daughters ever. Love love love you guys sooooo much."
Mikel reunites with John Terry
The pair were pictured together at a holiday resort as they grinned at the camera - in a selfie taken by the former England international.
While Obi spent 11 years with Premier League club Chelsea, having joined in 2006 before leaving in 2017, John Terry spent most years of his career at the London club.
Mikel speaks on life after football
Sports Brief earlier reported that Mikel, who recently retired from professional football, says he is not done with sports.
The former Stoke City star announced his retirement in September, stating he is very satisfied with what he achieved during the course of his remarkable career.
He noted that 'good things must come to an end', but added that he still wants to be involved in sports in some capacity.
Source: Sports Brief News