Nicolas Pepe, an Arsenal winger, and his wife, Fanny B, are expecting their second child, more than a year after the birth of their first.
Fanny B gave birth to Pepe’s first son in July 2020, and Pepe and Fanny have chosen not to reveal the boy’s name until now.
Pepe’s companion is a mystery, with the former Lille star keeping a tight lid on his personal life and relying on his on-field performances to speak for him.
On October 4, 2021, Fanny B, as she is known, turned 26 years old. As a result, her husband chose to celebrate the day on the ground.
The event was used by the two lovers to announce the birth of their second kid. Pepe was forced to kick a ball into the net and then a colorful smoke bomb was released to emphasize the point.
Nicolas Pepe and Fanny are expecting another baby boy, based on the color of the smoke bomb, which is blue.
Nicolas Pepe scored once and assisted twice in Arsenal’s Carabao Cup triumph over Sunderland, but Mikel Arteta was not happy with his performance.
Mikel Arteta could not hide his displeasure with Nicolas Pepe after the Arsenal winger’s lapses in concentration against Sunderland detracted from an otherwise excellent performance.
Pepe, 26, was one of many eye-catching guys in red as Arsenal stormed into the Carabao Cup semi-finals with a 5-1 thrashing of the League One team on Tuesday night.
He was simply too good for Sunderland’s left flank, combining with Cedric Soares in the 27th minute to increase Arsenal’s lead after Eddie Nketiah had opened the scoring.
Pepe also had two assists, assisting Nketiah to complete his hat-trick in the second half before setting up Charlie Patino in added time to ensure the teenager’s debut was unforgettable.
However, the Ivorian’s performance in front of an Emirates audience that is still not sure he has lived up to his £72 million price tag was far from faultless.
Pepe was guilty of allowing Sunderland left winger Lynden Gooch to roam into space on the flank, with Arteta shouting “Nico, Nico, Nico!” from the touchline in the 40th minute.
In the second half, Arsenal manager Arteta was obviously angry with Pepe, who wasted possession in his own half, leaving him with his head in his hands.