Paige has celebrated two years of sobriety and offered some words of support for her brother.
The WWE superstar – who sadly had to retire from in-ring action due to injury in 2018 – paid tribute to her sibling Roy as he goes through his own battle with addiction, and reflected on her journey thus far.
Sharing two before and after snaps – one of herself and one of her brother – she wrote: ‘I’ve posted something like that before. But so proud of my progress! 2 years of soberness. Mumma feeling goooooddd.
‘Swipe and you’ll see my big bro @roybevis_knight_ he is 6 weeks in of being sober and I’m SO proud!!! He aged backwards in just under 2 months.
‘Please throw some support in the comments, he deserves it… Can’t wait for him to come visit me and ronnie for his 40th in February (sic)’
On Twitter, Roy – who made a name for himself on the UK scene as part of the UK Holligans tag team with brother Zak – paid tribute to his sister, and revealed how Paige has ‘inspired’ his life choices.
He explained: ‘Proud of my sister @RealPaigeWWE nearly 2 years sober now… she has inspired me to go sober and is helping me all the way #soberclub (sic)’
Responding to his tweet with one of her own, Paige again shared the before and after snap of Roy, and offered more words of support.
She wrote: ‘Proud of you more bro! 6 weeks strong… you got this’.
Meanwhile, Paige – who has called for a Corrie cameo after reaching out to cobbles bosses – recently hinted at wanting to return to the ring and she seemed to claim her neck was healed after her past injuries, and that she could be ready to get physical.
Sharing a snap from an old photoshoot, she recently wrote: ‘Recycled pic. But.. Spent the last 2 years of my in-ring career with this neck brace.
‘6 screws and 2 fusions later.. my neck feels wonderful. Can you let me in yet coach?’
Fans would undoubtedly love to see Paige back as an active superstars – but it remains to be seen if everyone involved will get their wish.
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