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Psgs Lionel Messi How Will His Wife And Family Live

The transfer of Lionel Messi to Paris Saint-Germain has sent shockwaves throughout the sporting world.
But, the Argentine footballer’s decision to move from Barcelona to Paris represents not just a big lifestyle change for him, but also for his entire family.
Messi landed in the city yesterday morning with his wife Antonela Roccuzzo, 33, and their three sons Thiago, eight, Mateo, five, and Ciro, three, to sign the two-year contract.
Mr. and Mrs. Messi, who have been together since childhood, must now establish roots, starting with picking a school for their children and deciding where to live.
Lionel Messi and his wife Antonela, pictured, have relocated to Paris with their three sons Thiago, eight, Mateo, five, and Ciro, three.
Making himself at home: With Messi, 34, busy doing media interviews announcing his arrival – he gave a press conference earlier today (shown) – and starting job at PSG, it’s likely the lion’s share of the work will fall to former model Antonella With Messi, 34, busy doing media interviews announcing his arrival – he gave a press conference earlier today (pictured) – and starting work at PSG, it’s likely the lion’s share of the
Thankfully for the mother-of-three, money is no object, given to Messi’s annual take-home wage of 35 million euros.
So, what can Mrs Messi look forward to in Paris?
FEMAIL imagines how she may spend her time, from the PSG WAG clan to the city’s newest must-visit retail location.
Infiltrating the PSG WAGs Carol Cabrino (left, left image), a Brazilian blogger, singer, and reality TV sensation, is married to PSG captain Marquinhos, 27.
Pilar Rubio, Sergio Ramos’ wife Being the wife of Barcelona’s most famous player, Antonela must have had little trouble making friends at her husband’s old club.
Cesc Fabregas and his wife Daniella Semaan, who is part of Antonela’s inner circle, were among the many players – and their companions – who came and went during the couple’s time in the city.
Antonela now has to get to know a new group of glitzy spouses and girlfriends.
Carol Cabrino, a Brazilian blogger, singer, and reality TV celebrity who is married to PSG captain Marquinhos, is one of them.
Parenting in the city of lights!
Carol has a three-year-old daughter and an 18-month-old son with Marquinhos (pictured), so she’ll be in a good position to provide Antonela parenting advice in Paris. Newbie: Gianluigi Donnarumma is relocating to Paris with his girlfriend Alessia Elefante. She has a three-year-old daughter and an 18-month-old son with the footballer, so she’ll be in a good position to give Antonela parenting advice
Sergio Ramos’ four sons, Sergio Jr., seven, Marco, five, Alejandro, three, and one-year-old baby Maximo, might provide the three young Messi boys with ready-made playmates.
Ramos, 35, is married to Pilar Rubio, 43, a Spanish-born TV personality and reporter before meeting her footballer spouse.
Pilar, like Antonela, enjoys being in shape, thus the two may find themselves attending an exercise class together.
Selecting a school for their sons Prior to the start of the school year, the Messis will be looking for a school for their sons Thiago, eight, Mateo, five, and Ciro, three.
Fortunately, there are many options. With two school-aged sons, finding the appropriate fit before the start of the school year will undoubtedly be a top priority for the Messis.
Because there are no international schools in France that offer the Spanish curriculum, the boys’ education may have to shift.
The Ermitage International School of France, the country’s most costly school, is one of the most popular among Paris’s elite, with fees as high as 40,990 euros a year.
Students can participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities, such as fencing, rowing, and tennis, as one might expect from such a high-priced school.
It offers the advantage of transporting 1,400 pupils aged three to eighteen, allowing Mr. and Mrs. Messi to make only one school drop-off stop.
The bilingual École Jeannine Manuel, which accepts pupils as young as three years old, is divided into three sites throughout the city.
Older students might choose to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma, which is known for its “extremely high academic standards,” according to the Good Schools Guide.
A handful of high-performing state institutions, like the famed Lycee Louis-le-Grand, are also available.
Date night: There is no shortage of luxury in Paris, and the Messis (shown at New Year’s) will be spoiled for choice when it comes to dinner reservations or a city staycation Luxury: Les Ambassadeurs at the Hôtel de Crillon, which offers up sophisticated cocktails to well-heeled tourists Luxury: Les Ambassadeurs at the Hotel de Crillon, which serves up sophisticated cocktails to well-heeled travellers
The five-star hotel is one of the best in the city. When it comes to dinner reservations or a city staycation, the Messis will be spoiled for choice in Paris.
The Hôtel de Crillon, which overlooks the Plaza de la Concorde, is one of the best options.
The three apartments in the hotel are the most expensive, costing 7,000 euros per night.
A heated underground swimming pool and a variety of restaurants and bars are available downstairs, including Les Ambassadeurs, which serves elegant drinks to well-heeled travelers.
There’s also Hotel Lutetia, which was renovated for 200 million euros in 2019 and, like the Crillon, has the famous ‘palace’ rating from the French government, which differentiates 11 of Paris’s five-star hotels from their competitors.
Excellent dining: When it comes to fine dining, Paris is only second to Tokyo in terms of the number of Michelin-starred restaurants.
If the Messis don’t fancy any of those for a night away from the kids, the Mandarin Oriental, La Reserve Hotel & Spa, Hotel Bristol, and Four Seasons George V are all within walking distance.
When it comes to good dining, there is even greater variety: Paris is second only to Tokyo in terms of the number of Michelin-starred restaurants.
Ten restaurants have earned the coveted three-star designation, including Pierre Gagnaire, which offers a 335 euro two-course set meal for two, and L’Ambroisie, the city’s oldest three-star restaurant.
Where to shop ’til she drops Style maven: Antonela, pictured on Instagram, will have no shortage of places to shop in Paris New addition: The Samaritaine department store has reopened after a 500 million euro restoration by new owners LVMH as the home of Chanel, Balmain, and Givenchy Being the home of Chanel, Balmain, and Givenchy, Paris is still the fashion capital of the world.
With Balenciaga, Dior, and Hermes, the 8th arrondissement’s ‘golden triangle’ is a must-visit for every affluent shopper.
The world’s largest Louis Vuitton store is located on the corner of the Champs-Elysees and Avenue George V, in a five-story Art Deco edifice visible from both ends of the avenue.
It’s a must-see for any LV aficionado, and it’s loaded with everything from the label’s homeware and jewelry to its classic leather items.
The Samaritaine department store, which has reopened after a 500 million euro restoration by new owners LVMH, is the most recent big-name addition to the Paris shopping scene.
The Art Deco structure, which overlooks the river, currently houses everything from high-end labels to new designers, and will be at the top of any fashionista’s wish list in the city.
Seeking the right place to call home Home, sweet home!
Messi, like any self-respecting millionaire, has a number of properties throughout the world, including a six-bedroom flat in the fashionable 16th arrondissement of Paris.
Messi owns multiple properties across the world, including a six-bedroom flat in Paris’ trendy 16th arrondissement, like any self-respecting millionaire.
The family reportedly paid over 8 million euros for the huge city pad in 2016, and it might potentially be the ideal place to reside while settling in.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the apartment is in the Villa Montmorency, a historic mansion turned into a series of luxury flats with a communal garden.
The sportsman wouldn’t have to worry about star-struck neighbors stopping him on the street because celebrities like Lenny Kravitz live nearby.
Although six bedrooms would appear to be sufficient for any average five-person household, Lionel and Antonela may require a bit extra room for theirs.
One alternative is to emulate Messi’s new colleague and close friend Neymar, who lives in a five-story, 10,800-square-foot mansion in the affluent suburb of Bougival, west of the city.
The area is only a short distance from PSG’s training site, reducing Messi’s early journey.
It also has a strong celebrity lineage, with former residents including fellow footballer Ronaldinho and actor Gerard Depardieu.

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