Alvaro Morata confirmed that his wife, Alice Campello, had to spend some time in the hospital’s intensive care unit after giving birth to their fourth child.
Beautiful Italian Alice Campello underwent specialized treatment at Madrid’s University Hospital of Navarra after experiencing “complications.”
As he announced the arrival of the couple’s first daughter Bella and shared gorgeous pictures of her sleeping in pink and white pajamas, Alvaro Morata, who had a hard time at Stamford Bridge after joining Chelsea from Real Madrid in 2017 for £60 million, revealed the health issues.
However, he announced shortly after lunchtime on Wednesday that his wife was no longer in intensive care, acknowledging that the previous few days had been the “worst” of his life.
The footballer said on Instagram: “Hello everyone! @alicecampello is out of ICU and in the room much better and recovering with Bella. I’m still taking in all that happened.”
“Thank you Alice for once again teaching me a lesson. You are definitely a fighter and an example for me. It’s definitely been the worst days of my life, but I’m lucky to have you in it. You are the best thing that ever happened to me and my life without you would have no meaning.”
“Thanks to all the people who have been close to us, and once again thanks to all the people of the C.U.N for their delicacy and treatment. Thank you Dr. Muñoz and all the people who work in this hospital. Gotta enjoy every moment. Thank you all ❤️🙏 @clinicanavarra”
The 30-year-old international from Spain has previously described the worrying incident on his social media.
‘Bella was born on the 9th and she is wonderful,’ he wrote. ‘Unfortunately, after the delivery went very well, the mother has started to have complications that have scared us a lot.
‘Right now she is in the intensive care unit of the University Hospital of Navarra 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 same remark also surfaced on model-turned-entrepreneur Alice’s Instagram.
Recall that his wife faked her waters had ruptured last month, and Morata was left with a crimson face.
As she stood in the corridor and sprayed a bottle of water through her jogging bottoms, making a pool on the floor, she called for her husband as he was watching TV in the adjacent room. This is how she pranked the Atletico de Madrid forward.
He said he was worried about the practical joke, and she broke into laughter.
Alessandro and Leandro, the couple’s twins, are four years old. Edoardo, the couple’s younger son, is two.
When armed robbers entered the family home north of Madrid in June 2019 and confronted Alice while Alvaro Morata was thousands of miles away in the Faroe Islands for a Spain Euro 2020 qualification, Alice was home alone with the twins and a nanny.
Although no one was harmed in the drama, the Italian beauty later acknowledged: ‘I’m still upset and I think I’ll be afraid for a long time to come.’
‘I think this is one of those things that are not easily forgotten, one of those things that makes you realize how much love and life is worth.’
Venice-born Alice, 27, left Juventus when his loan with the Italian team expired and moved to Madrid in the summer of 2016 before being transferred to Chelsea.
After being called to the stage during a magic show, the football player asked his wife to marry him.
As magician Antonio Diaz turned Alice away from Morata and pretended to play a trick on her, he knelt down on one knee.
The emotional scene was praised by onlookers in the crowded Rialto theater in Madrid before they captured it on their smartphones.
Alice announced in July of last year that her fourth pregnancy was not doing so well: ‘The little girl is giving me a hard time of things. I hope she’ll be good when she’s born.’
Alvaro Borja Morata Martn, a Spanish professional football player who competes for both the Spanish national team and La Liga club Atlético Madrid, was born on October 23, 1992.
He started his career at Real Madrid, where he made his senior squad debut in late 2010.
He went to Juventus for €20 million in 2014 after winning the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League, where he won the Serie A and Coppa Italia double in each of his two seasons.
He won another La Liga title and the UEFA Champions League in 2016–17 after Real purchased him back for €30 million, and he then joined Chelsea in 2017 for a club-record fee of roughly £60 million.
He made a loan move to Atlético Madrid in January 2019, and on July 1, 2020, he became a permanent member of the team. In 2020, Morata returned to Juventus on loan.
At the youth level, Morata played 34 times for Spain and contributed to the nation’s victory in the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.
He made his senior debut in 2014 and has since competed for Spain at the FIFA World Cup in 2022, the UEFA Euro 2016, and the Euro 2020.