Sport NRL star Sam Burgess pays tribute to his mum and nan on Mother's Day
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Sam Burgess has shared a sweet tribute to his mum and nan as he celebrates Mother's Day.
The former rugby star, 32, shared a photo of himself alongside his mother Julie Burgess, in an Instagram post.
He also shared a photo in which he posed with his grandmother, the pair wearing surgical masks.
Sam wrote in the caption: 'Happy Mother's Day to all mums out there. You are all truly amazing, none more so than my legend of a mum.
'I couldn't not mention my Nan too. So pure and full of wisdom. Lots of love - we hope you've all had a great day,' he added.
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