JESSE LINGARD pulled out all the stops for his daughter’s Easter party as he transformed the garden of his mansion into a huge play area.
A massive ball pit and bouncy castle was erected in the garden, while there was also miniature ponies for guests to pet.
And to top it all off, there was even an appearance from Transformers character Bumblebee, who Lingard and daughter Hope proudly took a picture with.
Hope, three, shared a number of snaps from her fantastic day on her Instagram account, which is run by dad Jesse and mum Rebecca Halliday.
Captioning the post to her 49,000 followers, she said: “The best ever Easter party!
“So many people to thank for today and I will do a little reel for everyone to see all the fun I had tomorrow.
“But huge shoutout to @thekidscorneruk who gave us the idea for an Easter party and provided us with the most amazing soft play set up for the day!
“Thank you to all our friends and family for making the day so special!”
Lingard’s attention will now turn towards Manchester United’s trip to Arsenal for Saturday’s lunchtime encounter.
The 29-year-old is in contention to feature at the Emirates having appeared in United’s last two Premier League matches.
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Lingard has scored more goals against the Gunners than any other side, having chipped in with five strikes and two assists from his ten meetings.
Speaking ahead of the match, the England international has claimed the Red Devils go into the game with a ‘nothing to lose’ mentality following their defeat to Liverpool.
He told MUTV: “We’ve got a big game coming up. We’ve got to regroup fast this week, it’s a big three points on Saturday.
“It’s another free hit and we’ll go there with the mindset of winning, staying on the front foot, being intense, doing the basics and having that energy to go and win the game.
“We need to work hard first before you can start playing. Win your individual battles and then you’ll win the game hopefully.
“We’ll work hard throughout this week. However we train reflects how we play, so we can increase the energy and intensity in training to help that.”