- British boxer Anthony Joshua has paid a surprise visit to children at Boole House in Coventry
- Joshua and Jaguar teamed up with the NSPCC and they gave lots of gifts to the children
- The world boxing champion was in joyous mood as he took a selfie with the kids
World boxing champion Anthony Joshua has paid a surprise visit to children at Boole House in Coventry where he showed them love in the build-up to Christmas.
The Briton was said to have teamed up with the NSPCC to promote their Light up Christmas for Children campaign and to encourage the public to make a donation to the charity.
Joshua who was the champion of the 2012 Olympic game in boxing took a selfie with the children in front of a Jaguar which was packed with gifts.
The 28-year-old British professional boxer said: "This can be a really tough time of year for lots of people, so when I heard about the NSPCC’s Light up Christmas for Children campaign, I wanted to come to Boole House, meet the kids and hear about the incredible work that is done there.
"Working with Jaguar Land Rover to give the children such a special surprise was brilliant. It was a privilege to meet them and talk to them about what they can achieve if they set their minds to it." Joshua was quoted to have said by UK Mirror.
Previously, NAIJ.com had reported the player Anthony Joshua considered the best between Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi.
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