Former Real Madrid, AC Milan and Brazilian footballer, Ricardo Kaka, though popularly known as Kaka is one of the best football talents ever to walk the earth. But this evening, we are not looking at his illustrious football career, but we will be talking about his beautiful family.
Kaka who is the winner of world footballer of the year in 2007, otherwise known as Balon d'Or has been married twice. His first wife is Caroline Celico, whom he married in 2005 after the duo have been together for about three years. The couple then welcomed their first child, Luca Celico Leite on June 10, 2008. Then on April 23, 2011, the couple welcomed their second child.
Unfortunately, their beautiful love story and family failed to stand the true test of time as they divorced each other in 2015, about four years after the birth of their second child. Though the main reason for their divorce was not made known to the public, but speculations had it that their divorce is in connection with Kaka's undying and unrelenting religious belief and practices as an Evangelist.
Sadly, the former AC Milan talisman had to remain a single dad for about four years before he later met and fell in love with Brazilian model, Carolina Diaz. Then on January 5, 2019, through a social media post, the 2007 Balon d'Or winner announced his engagement with Carolina Diaz. The young couple is blessed with one child, Esther Leite (girl child), who they welcomed on October 8, 2020.
See more beautiful photos of their lovely family below...
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