Former AC Milan star Ricardo Kaka set to father his third child with new wife Carolina Dias

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Former Real Madrid and AC Milan player, Ricardo Kaka is set to welcome his third child with his new wife Carolina Dias. The Brazilian man shared a picture on his Instagram handle which featured his new wife displaying her growing baby bump.

The 2007 Balon d’Or winner announced his engagement with the Brazilian model Carolina Dias 5 January 2019 through a social media post. It is worthy to know that the retired footballer turned Evangelist had announced his divorce with his first wife Caroline Celico through an Instagram post in 2015.

Kaka and Caroline Celico got married in 2005 after several years of courting. Three years after their marriage, they had their first child a male  Luca Celico Leite on June 10, 2008, and their second child a girl Isabella on 23 April 2011. Barely four years after the birth of their second child, the duo divorced. Although the cause of their divorce was not known, however, speculations stated that it had something to do with the player’s religious practices as an Evangelist.

The former AC Milan talisman remained a single father for about four years before he decided to tie the knot with the Brazilian model identified as Carolina Dias. Is it not amazing that the Man of God has a great penchant any lady that bares Caroline/Carolina or any name that sounds like it.

Ricardo Kaka’s Football History

Kaka started his professional football career with the Brazilian club São Paulo from 2001 to 2003. It was not long before his prowess on the field of play attracted the interest of the Italian giant club, AC Milan. Reasonably, he continued his trade with AC Milan from 2003 to 2009.

Kaka experienced the most successful point of his professional career with AC Milan after he won two Champions League Cup for the club. In 2009, the Brazilian star joined Real Madrid for a world record fee of about £91 million which made him one of the most expensive footballers in football.

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