Dede Ayew’s daughters look beautiful together with their mom in new photo
- A photo of footballer Dede Ayew’s two daughters and their mother has popped up
- They look all grown and beautiful together with their mom
- Some fans have observed that the family wore expensive footwear in the photo
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A beautiful photo of Ghanaian international footballer, Dede Ayew, has landed on the internet.
The beautiful and fair girls were in the company of their mother who looks pretty and fashionable like them.
The girls and their mother were clad in a black and white attires, with white footwear.
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Inaya Ayew, Dede’s first girl, looks all grown and does not look like her age, six.
The girls completed their fashionable looks with beautiful smiles on their faces.
Some fans have commented on the photo praising the footballer and also hailing the beauty of the children.
Prissy, and Mawunyo, for instance, prayed that God will bless Dede for such a beautiful family.
Augustina and Nikli also described the photo as beautiful.
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Bright and June were also full of praise for the family.
Brisco observed that the family wore expensive footwear.
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Meanwhile, Dede Ayew is one footballer who has received so much love across the world.
In Ghana, for instance, he is an icon as many young people look up to him.
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JJ played the piano so well at less than two years as if he had had professional training to do so.
Ghanaians were stunned at his talent and applauded him.
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