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Federica Morelli, Roberto Mancini’s first wife Do They Have Any Children?

Federica Morelli is Roberto Mancini first wife. They were together for 25 years. Learn all the facts including her age and biografia details.

Federica is the ex-spouse of Roberto Mancini. Roberto is a football coach, former Italian footballer midfielder of the Italian national team. He is considered one of the best-attacking midfielders in the history of Italian football.

Now, the couple has been separated after 25 years of togetherness. Mancini announced the news of their separation through a press release.

Federica Morelli: Meet Roberto Mancini’s First Wife

Federica Morelli is famous as the first wife of Roberto Mancini.

Federica’s marriage to Roberto was a love marriage. The pair married in 1990 in a private wedding ceremony. However, their wedding could not long far and finished with a divorce after 25 years of love.

Likewise, the pair were living separately for two years before their split was finalized.

Yes, Roberto and Federica have 3 children together, a daughter Camilla, and two sons Filippo and Andrea.

Both of their sons follow in their father’s footsteps. Both are the Italian professional football player who plays as a forward or midfielder. Notwithstanding the difference between Roberto and Federica, all three children share a mighty bond with their father.

According to the source, Roberto had been paying a lump sum of 40 thousand Euros for his ex-spouse. Before separation, the familia(family) has been living together happily.

Federica Morelli Age And Wikipedia

Federica Morelli’s eta or age is currently 51 years old.

However, the date when she was born is not on the web yet. She likes to keep her information away from the public.

Morelli’s biografia has not been featured on Wikipedia yet. But, her ex-husband Roberto has featured on Wikipedia talking all about his personal life and career.

As per the online source, Roberto was hired as the manager of the Italy national team, later taking over from Luigi Di Biagio.

His agreement was extended from 2021 until 2026, and Italy went on to make it to the UEFA Euro 2020 final.

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