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‘Memories for Mummy’ – how Rio Ferdinand is helping his kids grieve

Since Rio Ferdinand’s wife died of breast cancer in 2015, he’s worried about how it has affected their children.

Now the former England football captain has found a way to help them express their emotions.

Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum and Dad was broadcast on BBC One – you can catch up online herethis page also has links to organisations offering advice and support to people affected by bereavement.

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