footballer wife

The Colombian Daniela Ospina, wife of footballer James Rodríguez, has gradually “draft her name” in the world of fashion and show.  But behind that image that we can see on the covers or in networks, she is a warrior woman and a loving mother able to raise her little Salome, of almost four years, before the public eye with all the humility that characterizes it.

“I exercise every day. Usually in the morning, because I feel stronger. Distribute the week in sectors –one day arms, in another I do legs, another dedicated to the buttocks and I have two days where I do, in general, a little bit of everything. Always combine it with abdomen.
I use sunscreen (Sesderma), a nourishing cream (I don’t have a fixed), desmaquilladora and cream in the evening according to the need. In terms of fitness and diet, I try to take a balanced diet. I’m not very expert on the subject, but when I want to eat something, I eat it! I avoid flour and fried.
Despite the motherhood, I try to continue my projects and to organize schedules in such a way that you can be aware of everything. Sport is something that has always been in me since I was little, then at any time what I enjoy.”

"I’m a mom very open. Obviously, there will be a few things that I’m very weak and in others stronger. I like that my daughter has her own identity and I can be at your side guiding and filling it with values. I try to apply a little bit of what my mother taught me –the biggest lesson she has given me is that we have to be a warrior and never limit ourselves.
I think that thinking in the upbringing of a child will always be a challenge for life. You should try to base everything on the values, to be able to have good fruit. Salome learns something else every day. It’s amazing how she puts a light to a dark day. I’m raising her as the normal girl that she is, she is still small and will not understand many things.
Now I’m evaluating many proposals of the brand, I’ve always leaned to the realm of fashion and to adjust them to the career that I ended up finishing (business administration). I hope to be able to find a good development.

More children? Yes, of course! Children are a blessing.”

i will draw more little barry and len in hogwarts au but i needed to get this down. like 8 years after Len graduates coldflash finally happens. 

Barry is 21 and a pro quidditch player he’s a seeker of course, Len is 25 and works for the ministry of magic, doing…something.

I just love the idea of Len being Barry’s long suffering football wife who isn’t really interested in the sport but goes because Barry asks. He does however show up to every single game wearing the opposing team’s swag. barry is just happy he showed up.

Most post-match interviews with footballers are pretty straight forward.

They normally mention how it was a “great three points for the team” and refer to how it was a “team effort” from everybody.

But for Mohammed Anas of the Free State Stars in South Africa, that team effort appeared to take on whole different meaning.

Following the 2-2 draw with Ajax Cape Town on Friday, where he scored two goals for his side, Anas began by thanking God and then the club’s fans following his performance.

Things quickly took a turn for the worse for the 22-year-old, however, who hilariously then thanked his “wife and girlfriend”.

Anas was quick to apologise for his blunder
He said: “Thank you for this, I appreciate my fans. My wife and my girlfriend… I mean my wife, sorry.”

Realising his blunder straight away, Anas went on to make amends and offered an apologetic look to the camera as he continued.

“I’m so sorry,” said the sheepish star. “I love you so much, I love you so much from my heart!”

Embarrassed from the error, Anas could hardly string a sentence together for the rest of the interview.


The two role plays to prepare for tomorrow:

1. An old man called Willy with a UTI

2. A patient with shortness of breath where you can either play (based on your gender):

A woman who loves playing netball and drinking ‘mixed drinks’ (husband: car salesman) or 

A man who loves playing football and drinking beer (wife: personal assistant to a real estate agent)
Prince Harry 'regrets not speaking about Princess Diana's death' - BBC News
Prince Harry says he regrets that he did not speak about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, until three years ago.

The prince was asked by footballer Rio Ferdinand, whose wife died last year, about the possible impact of that on his children, and replied: “I really regret not ever talking about it.”

Prince Harry was hosting an event for mental health charity, Heads Together.

The Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash in 1997, when Harry was 12.

But the prince said he did not speak about losing his mother “for the first 28 years of my life”.

Prince Harry formed Head Together with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to bring together leading mental health charities.

The event was attended by sports stars including Ferdinand, athletes Kelly Holmes and Ewan Thomas, and cyclist Victoria Pendleton - some of whom have spoken publicly about dealing with depression.

The prince told BBC Breakfast: “It is OK to suffer, but as long as you talk about it. It is not a weakness. Weakness is having a problem and not recognising it and not solving that problem.”

He said the event was an opportunity to show that “unflappable” sporting personalities can suffer from mental health problems like everyone else, including members of the Royal Family.

“A lot of people think if you’ve got a job, if you’ve got financial security, if you’ve got a family, you’ve got a house, all that sort of stuff, everyone seems to think that is all you need and you are absolutely fine to deal with stuff,” he said.

He added: “It is very easy for someone to look at someone like Rio Ferdinand and say, ‘You get paid all the money in the world, you are a successful footballer, you have fast cars.’ But at the end of the day his wife was snatched from him at an early stage of his life with her.

"So of course he is going to suffer, it doesn’t matter if he has an amazing job.”

Father-of-three Ferdinand - whose wife Rebecca Ellison died from cancer last year - spoke to the prince about dealing with the death of a parent.

The former England and Manchester United footballer said: “He’s gone through different stages in his life that my kids are going to be going towards.

"So to get some of his experiences is very rewarding for me and very educational in many ways.”

Lionel Messi’s wife, Antonela Roccuzzo had emergency check-ups in Rosario

The footballer’s wife is currently going through her fifth month of pregnancy. Sources confirmed that she’s still in the hospital.

[…] This morning, Antonella arrived at the Maternity area of Hospital Español in Rosario where she had a check-up due to some physical discomfort.

There was some speculation that the ruthless criticism to Leo had affected her but according to this tweet, Antonela is in the hospital due to a urinary infection. So there are no problems with her pregnancy, let’s hope she recovers soon.


Daniela Ospina in Colombian “Dancing with the Stars”.

It’s official, Daniela Ospina, wife of footballer James Rodriguez, will compete in Bailando con las estrellas, which transmits the RCN Television. Female volleyball player will compete among others with a model Natalia Paris, actress Flora Martinez and singer Galy Galiano. Ospina prepared in Spain, where she will remain until Christmas.

Do I want to be a basketball wife or a football wife? MLB wives have the most money but NFL wives men are the biggest but NBA wives just have a more lavish vibe. Decisions, decisions.