Genge has developmental coordination disorder, also known as Dyspraxia. Different types of dyspraxia can affect writing, speech and other movements involved in learning. Forever inspiring us, Genge has gone onto help kids going through the same struggles.
Ellis Genge = Good egg. 🥚— Sky Sports Rugby Union (@SkySportsRugby) September 6, 2019
A young lad who has been struggling in school was the recipient of Genge’s jersey post match after the England prop had been swapping messages and supporting him online. #Classy @englandrugby pic.twitter.com/SxyLfblN2g
5. He has a son on the way
The prop, who likes to keep his private life well hidden, shared the gender reveal video on his Instagram back in March, but made sure to keep his Welsh girlfriends face out of frame.
The prop gifted the mobility scooter he used when recovering from a knee injury to a older Leicester Tigers supporter who really needed it.
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After a tough loss today it was amazing to see the young lady I gave my mobility scooter to, let’s be honest she isn’t popping any wheelies is she… but how amazing is it that she’s using it to get about ❣- please donate for Julie with this link https://www.facebook.com/1122751732/posts/10217252501720912/
7. Keen gamer
He names League of Legends as his favourite online game, but he has also played Fifa in a number of tournaments throughout lockdown.