Ann-Kathrin and Mario Götze: They reveal the baby’s name

Ann-Kathrin and Mario Götze: They reveal the baby’s name

Ann-Kathrin and Mario Götze revealed their daughter’s name on Instagram with sweet family pictures.

Ann-Kathrin Götze (33) and husband Mario Götze (31) published the first family photos after the birth of their daughter. Together with their son Rome (3) and the youngest addition to the family, the two are visibly happy sitting on a sofa in the pictures. “Our daughter Gioia was born on October 20th and we are overjoyed to have her with us,” the couple wrote in a statement.

Many celebrities were immediately enthusiastic about the family pictures. “Congratulations. Now you are a four-leaf clover,” commented moderator Kai Pflaume (56) on the post. “Congratulations on the birth of your pretty little princess and all the best to your family,” wrote presenter Sylvie Meis (45). Former football professional André Schürrle (32) and singer Vanessa Mai (31) left a heart emoji.

“Little Junior Eagle”

Ann-Kathrin and Mario Götze have been in a relationship since 2012. They got married in a civil ceremony in May 2018, and the big wedding celebration in Mallorca followed in 2019. Son Rome was born in June 2020. At the beginning of May 2023 it was announced that the couple was expecting another child.

The birth of their second child became known in a rather unusual way, as it was Mario Götze’s employer who announced the sweet baby news. “Mario Götze has become a father for the second time and is therefore not in the squad,” it said on October 21st on the X account of the Bundesliga soccer club Eintracht Frankfurt. The club continued: “Congratulations to the whole family and a good start together.” The club also commented on the fact that the model and the sports professional have now had a daughter after their son: “Welcome to the world, little junior eagle.”

Source: Stern

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