Alvaro Morata announces that his wife is in intensive care after complications during childbirth
Spain striker Alvaro Morata announces his wife is in intensive care in Madrid after suffering complications while giving birth to their fourth child
- Alvaro Morata’s wife suffered complications after giving birth to their child
- Alice Campello and Spain international Morata have four children together
- The Atletico Madrid forward claimed his wife is recovering ‘very well’.
- Campello had previously revealed that her pregnancy didn’t go smoothly
The wife of former Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is in hospital after giving birth to their fourth child.
Stunning Italian Alice Campello receives specialist treatment after ‘complications’ at the University Hospital of Navarra in Madrid.
Morata, who has had a restless stint at Stamford Bridge following his £60million move to Chelsea from Real Madrid in 2017, revealed the health drama when he announced the birth of the couple’s first daughter, Bella, and posted adorable photos of her as she sleeps in pink and white pajamas.
Atletico Madrid star Alvaro Morata revealed on Instagram that his wife is in intensive care
The Spain international, 30, said: “Bella was born on the 9th and she is wonderful.
“Unfortunately, after the birth went very well, the mother started to have complications that scared us a lot.
“At the moment she is in the intensive care unit of the University Hospital of Navarre in Madrid, where she is being cared for by the best doctors and little by little she is recovering very well… she is very strong.”
The couple’s child, Bella, was born on January 9 and, according to Morata, ‘she’s wonderful’
The footballer gave no further details on the “complications” on his social media.
Morata has four children with his Italian wife Alice Campello
An identical message appeared on the Instagram profile of model and businesswoman Alice.
Morata turned red in the face last month after his wife pretended her waters had ruptured.
She captured the moment she pranked the Atletico de Madrid frontman by splashing a bottle of water through her sweatpants, leaving a puddle on the floor while standing in the hallway, before calling for her husband as he watched TV in the next room.
The practical joke ended with her bursting out laughing after he expressed his concern.
The couple have twins, four-year-old Alessandro and Leandro, and a younger boy named Edoardo, who is two years old.
Alice was alone with the twins and a nanny when gunmen broke into the family home north of Madrid in June 2019 and confronted them when Morata was thousands of miles away in the Faroe Islands for a Euro 2020 qualifier in Spain.
Campello is at the University Hospital of Navarre in Madrid, her husband plays for Atleti
No one was hurt in the drama, but the Italian beauty admitted afterwards: “I’m still upset and I think I’ll be scared for a long time.
“I think it’s one of those things you don’t forget easily, one of those things that makes you realize how much love and life are worth.”
Venice-born Alice, 27, moved to Madrid in the summer of 2016 before joining Chelsea when he left Juventus after his loan deal with the Italian side ended.
The footballer proposed to his wife after being called on stage during a magic show.
The 30-year-old forward proposed to his wife after being called on stage during a magic show
He got on bent knees when the magician Antonio Diaz turned Alice away from Morata and pretended he was playing a trick on her.
Spectators in the crowded Rialto Theater in Madrid applauded the touching moment before recording it on their mobile phones.
Last July, Alice revealed her fourth pregnancy wasn’t going so smoothly, saying: “This little girl is giving me a hard time. I hope she will be good when she is born.’
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