PEP Guardiola’s daughter Maria is forging an impressive career as a style icon.
The fashionista and Influencer enjoys life, and likes to share her glam lifestyle with her fans.
Who is Pep Guardiola’s daughter Maria?
She is considered a Spanish style icon, with glamorous, happy snaps of her jetset lifestyle shared on social media.
Did Maria Guardiola date Dele Alli?
An onlooker told The Sun at the time: “Dele and Maria didn’t seem to have a care in the world.
“They didn’t mind who saw them as they smooched in front of the DJ booth.
“It was packed with hundreds of revellers watching on. All the tables had been booked and were completely full.
“Strangers were wandering past and Dele and Maria didn’t blink an eye.
“They were in a group together and it was very cosy. They looked so cute and could have been honeymooners.”
However, neither Dele or Maria ever confirmed the romance and he has since moved on to model Cindy Kimberley.
How many children does Pep Guardiola have?
The couple met in a shop and dated for 20 years before marrying in 2014 in Matadepera, after their children were born.
The Sun reported in 2019 that Cristina returned to Spain to take care of her fashion company, taking one of their children, while the other two remained in with Pep.
“Like her husband, Cristina has a passion for fashion, poetry and Mirror.,” reports the
“Cristina Serra Guardiola is known as a style icon back in her homeland – although she shies away from the limelight and rarely gives interview,” it adds.
The Man City boss’ wife and two daughters were at the arena and he was left with several agonising minutes of being unable to make contact.
Fortunately, Guardiola’s family were safe but he paid tribute to those who were not as lucky.
He told BBC 5 Live: “When the attack happened, I was at home with my son, and my wife and daughters were there – they were at the arena.
“She called me but the line broke immediately. She told me ‘something happened and we are running but I don’t know what happened’ and the line broke.
“We tried to call her again and it didn’t work – we went to the arena and after five or six minutes she rang again and said: ‘We are out, we’re coming back home.’
“At the end we were lucky. Many people suffered, and we were lucky. Life is like this. We were in a better position than many unfortunate ones.”