“ You are my rock, my universe, my everything: ” Footballer Patrice Evra and fiancee Margaux Alexandra welcome a baby called Lilas Latyr Evra
Patrice Evra and his fiancee Margaux Alexandra welcomed a baby called Lilas Latyr Evra.
It comes after sharing a rare glimpse into his relationship with his pregnant fiancee Margaux Alexandra in a new interview and accompanying shoot for GQ Hype this week.
The former Manchester United captain, 39, praised the 26-year-old model for letting him ‘open up’ about his emotions as he recalled crying for the first time in nearly two decades .
Football coach Patrice, who had previously been in a relationship with wife Sandra, 39, for 25 years, confirmed his engagement last November and revealed that he and the Danish beauty were expecting their first child together two months later.
‘I’m with someone where I can be myself’: Patrice Evra shared rare insight into his relationship with his pregnant fiancee Margaux Alexandra
Oh baby! Football coach Patrice confirmed his engagement last November and revealed that he and the Danish beauty are expecting their first child together two months later.
Of their romance, the sportsman said: “ Finally, I’m with someone where I can be myself and open up. And I don’t feel that crying is a weakness, but actually it’s a strength.
The athlete reportedly ended his 13-year marriage to Sandra in January 2020 after leaving the family home in Paris.
The former left-back shares children Lenny, 15, and Maona, eight, with his ex-wife, and is expected to welcome his baby boy with Margaux every day.
‘I can open up’: Former Manchester United captain, 39, praised the model, 26, for letting him embrace his emotions as he recalled first crying in almost two decades
Estranged: The former defender was previously in a relationship with wife Sandra, 39, for 25 years (pictured in 2012)
Elsewhere in the interview, Patrice touched on the controversial European Super League, from which Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have since withdrawn.
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The father of three said: ‘These people don’t know football. They don’t breathe football. They only know the numbers.
“It’s football now. I say calm down, maybe you’ve stopped it now, but in two, three, four years we’ll start talking about the Super League again and it will happen.
Supporting Micah Richards and Gary Neville’s message to fight racism in the industry, they shared: “Why don’t we have the same energy, the same passion to fight racism in football?
‘Many things [Gary] said was true and I agree with him. But it’s just like, maybe now people are too focused on football and not on what’s going on around it.
“I’ll be honest with you, say racist is a big word. I have not experienced racism [from the press] In England.’
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‘These people don’t know football, they don’t breathe football’: Elsewhere in the interview, the sports star referred to the European Super League (pictured in 2006)