Gareth Bale maybe struggling for form on the pitch – but off it his family life is flourishing.
The Welsh winger is all set to marry his childhood sweetheart Emma Rhys-Jones at a haunted Italian castle in May this year.
In attendance with be his two daughters Alba Violet, born in 2012 and Nava Valentina who came along in 2016.
The pair became childhood sweethearts after they met at Whitchurch High School in Cardiff and got engaged in July 2016 during Bale’s birthday weekend.
And now they’ll be a third mini Bale to wish them well – with the 28-year-old just announcing a new addition to his squad.
The Cardiff-born superstar posted a heartwarming tweet with a pure white babygrow along with a tiny pair of socks and a cuddly rabbit, with the caption: "Baby number 3 coming soon".
It was reported the pair, who live in Madrid, will wed at the historic Vincigliata Castle in Tuscany.
That will mean a little bump for Emma as she walks down the aisle.
Football fans got a glimpse of Bale the family man during Euro 2016, when little Alba Violet ran on the pitch to give daddy a huge after Wales beat Northern Ireland.
At the time, he said: "It was an amazing moment, I hadn’t seen my family in three weeks, so it was emotional when she ran on the pitch.
"To celebrate with my family and my daughter running around like a wild child is a memory to never forget and I have pictures and videos to look back on in future.
"She is quicker than me when I was younger!"
The happy news comes weeks after kind-hearted Bale bought a £250,000 house for his future sister-in-law after her partner killed himself.
Bale, 28, and Emma have vowed to help after her sister Katie, 24, was left penniless by the tragedy .
Katie’s partner Alex Williams, 29, committed suicide after social services were called in over concerns about their two children.
A family friend said: "Gareth and Emma are deeply upset by what’s happened and determined to help Katie get back on her feet.
"Gareth got on well with Alex – he couldn’t believe it when he died so tragically, he had everything to live for."
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