Mose Masoe’s pregnant wife shares inspiring message

Mose Masoe’s pregnant wife Carissa has posted an inspiring message on the Hull KR co-captain.

The 30-year-old suffered a career-ending spinal injury during Hull KR’s pre-season friendly against Wakefield back in January.

Masoe is recovering at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, and his wife Carissa shared a moving update on her Instagram account.

She wrote: “Whilst we’ve been in isolation the last four weeks at home (literally every day) this guy here has been grinding away every single day for the last three months so he can get back home to be with us and I couldn’t be more proud of you Mose.

“You amaze me daily and I learn from you all the time.

“Your positivity, strength and determination are always influencing not just your little family but everyone around you and although it’s been a bloody hard slog so far, you’ve taken it all in your stride and we get comfort in the fact knowing that we will be together again soon!

“Our life will definitely be different, but we will navigate through it together as we always do. Our babies are so lucky to have someone like you to look up to.”

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Whilst we've been in isolation the last 4 weeks at home (literally every day🤰🏻👧🏽👧🏽) this 👆🏼guy here has been grinding away every single day for the last 3 months so as he can get back home to be with us and I couldn't be more proud of you @mosemasoe You amaze me daily and I learn from you all the time. Your positivity, strength and determination are always influencing not just your little family but everyone around you & although it's been a BLOODY hard slog so far you've taken it all in your stride and we get comfort in the fact knowing that we will be together again soon! Our life will definitely be different, but we will navigate through it together as we always do. Our babies are so lucky to have someone like you to look up to 🖤

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