Lionel Messi’s Family Settling in Miami, Poolside Bliss

Recently, the soccer superstar Lionel Messi, along with his family of five, relocated to Miami, Florida. Lionel Messi and his family are swiftly adapting to life in Miami.

Last week, the 36-year-old soccer icon shared two heartwarming family photos on his Instagram, featuring his wife and three children relaxing by the poolside. Messi held his son Ciro, 5, while his other two sons, Mateo, 7, and Thiago, 10, sat next to him.


On the other side of Thiago, Messi’s wife, Antonela Roccuzzo, sat next to her son, holding his hand.

In another photo, Messi and Antonela posed by the ocean with a beautiful backdrop.


“Siempre así #familia,” captioned the athlete on the set of photos, which translates to “always like this” in English.

Messi and his family recently made the move to Miami, Florida, as the soccer star is set to join Miami in the U.S.-based Major League Soccer. The Argentine-born forward’s signing is one of the biggest in the league’s history.

In December, Messi and his family celebrated a special Christmas after his World Cup win just a month earlier.


“iFeliz Navidad,” captioned Messi’s wife Antonela, 35, alongside a family photo next to their silvery Christmas tree, sharing another snap of the entire family on her Instagram story.

After his significant win, two of Messi’s sons joined him on the field, sharing a heartfelt hug with their dad.

The sweet moment was captured on camera, with Messi on his knees, enthusiastically embracing his sons with a big smile on his face. The boys wrapped their arms around him while wearing purple jerseys with their father’s name and number (10) on the back.

Ahead of the game, Messi’s son Thiago wrote down the lyrics to the song “Muchachos Ahora Nos Volvimos a Ilusionar” to show support for his father, which his mother shared on her Instagram story, according to The Indian Express and Daily Mail.

After his win, Roccuzzo shared several photos of the family celebrating. “I don’t even know how to start,” she wrote in the gallery caption. “What a great pride we feel for you @leomessi.”

“Thank you for teaching us to never give up, that we have to fight until the end. It was FINALLY DONE, YOU ARE A WORLD CHAMPION. We know what you suffered for so many years, what you wanted to achieve this!”

The professional soccer star and Roccuzzo met as kids, and although Messi eventually moved away from Argentina to train in his sport, the two reconnected over a tragedy and eventually fell in love.

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