Thursday, 16 January 2014

Have Irina and Cristiano married secretly?

Many English speaking newspapers have speculated on a possible Tuesday secret wedding between CR7 and Irina Shayk. Speculation based on the words of Madrid striker after winning the Ballon d'Or "I am very happy. It is very hard to win this award. I have to thank everyone around me in my personal life. My wife, my friends, my son ... "
From there, the British tabloids, as given to sensationalism, threw open grave and proclaimed that the couple could be married already. However, representatives of Irina Shayk who have officially denied outright and ensuring that everything is due to an error of the translator that instead of saying "girlfriend (girlfriend)" said "wife (woman)," when translated into English Christian speech .
Anyway, the case is that almost since they started dating in 2010 there have been rumors of a possible wedding. The most consistent to date put on 12 July 2012, for a ceremony to be held after the end of the last European Championship. We assume that soon wedding bells to ring again after the World Cup ...

New love luck of Blatter speaks now ex: "I'm happy for Sepp»

Sepp Blatter is newly in love. Ex-wife Graziella Blatter Bianca says: "I do not begrudge him from the heart!"

On Monday let Sepp Blatter (77) the cat out of the bag: On the red carpet at the Ballon d'Or in Zurich's Kongresshaus he appears for the first time with Linda Barras (49) at his side. She is his new girlfriend.
"That makes me very happy for him," says Graziella Blatter Bianca (51). She was married from 2002 for just over a year with the Fifa boss. The couple separated without rancor."We still have a very good contact," says Graziella.
It is on the side of the Fifa boss is not always easy. "Of course you need at his side, a lot of understanding and patience," she says. "He travels a lot, tackled a huge workload. I admire that and think he does a very good job. There he never goes about making money, his work is simply his calling. "
Also she has found her. During the marriage, with Blatter Graziella dolphin carer was Connyland. She now works as a coach and helps people in difficult life situations. "The Philosophical, Spiritual fascinates me," she says. "I am working a lot with it."

The fresh love her ex-husband she wishes all the best: "It is very nice that he's in love again. It's nice that someone looks good to him. Who knows, maybe there is life after Fifa . And then it's good for him if he has someone on his side. "

Lionel Messi and the hazards of a red suit

Lionel Messi at the Ballon D'Or
Footballing star Lionel Messi lost out in last night's Fifa Ballon d'Or awards. But it's his red suit that has been getting all the attention, says Ben Milne.
"Everyone is rocking a black tux and Messi shows up in a red one like he's Beyonce," was a typical comment on Twitter.
He may have lost out to Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo as player of the year, but there's no question that Barcelona star Messi's burgundy Dolce & Gabbana number has walked away with all the press attention.
A red suit is, to put it mildly, a bold statement. There is no retreating with a red suit, and there is no pretending you are not trying to be the centre of attention. And herein lies the dilemma, according to style commentator, Peter York.
"I feel sorry for Mr Messi. He's probably a very nice person, but I think it makes him look quite silly," he says. "It takes a lot to pull off a red suit."
The Argentinian may be one of the greatest footballers of all time, but he's never been a fashion icon like David Beckham, or a peacock, as Ronaldo is frequently described (occasionally even in a good way).
Wearing red indicates you are not prepared to stand in the shadows. Butlin's was clearly on to something when it dressed its entertainers in peppy red coats. "Redcoats look smart, are helpful to all guests and remain cheerful throughout each day," reads one guide to getting a job at the holiday camp chain.
The "godfather of soul" James Brown got away with a red suit, because while he was in the room, nobody was going to be looking anywhere else. In more recent days, Justin Bieber and Will Smith - neither of them shrinking violets - have pulled off the look.
Will Smith and Justin Bieber in red suits
This is not the first time Messi has used the Ballon d'Or awards to dip his toe in the water, fashion-wise. On a previous occasion he showed up in a polka dot tux. But York doesn't see him supplanting Beckham in the fashion pages: "David Beckham has got a PhD and an MBA in smart dressing because he's been through the mill."
Messi, on the other hand, seems so uncomfortable, says York, "he looks almost British".