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Roger Federer Expecting Third Child with Pregnant Wife Mirka!

Roger Federer Expecting Third Child with Pregnant Wife Mirka!

Roger Federer has announced that he and his wife Mirka are expecting their third child together!

Mirka and I are very happy to share the news that Myla & Charlene will be big sisters in 2014! Happy Holidays…..🎅,” the 32-year-old Swiss tennis player tweeted to his fans.

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Roger and Mirka, a tennis player as well, met back in 2000 when they were both competing for Switzerland in the Olympics. They got married in April 2009 and in July 2009 they welcomed their identical twin girls Myla Rose and Charlene Riva.

Congratulations to the happy family on this exciting news!

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10 Responses to “Roger Federer Expecting Third Child with Pregnant Wife Mirka!”

  1. 1
    zey Says:

    a boy hopefully

  2. 2
    fed Says:

    boy or girl ?

  3. 3
    tick Says:

    He is too good looking to be with a woman like that.

  4. 4
    GS Says:

    congratulations to the Federer family;hopefully he has a little boy

  5. 5
    Icecream Says:

    Great news! All the best to the family, hope everything goes well & everyone is healthy & happy :)

  6. 6
    m Says:

    @tick
    Maybe he is just not as shallow as you are.

  7. 7
    ladyb Says:

    I envy his life. Congratulations to the couple.

  8. 8
    Claudia Says:

    Soooo excited fo this news!!! Congrats Roger and Mirka!! You’re such a great family! :D

  9. 9
    Maria Says:

    Congrats you two, aww I love them! What a awesome blessing around Christmas time. They’re gonna have their hands full on tour though! Maybe Roger will wind up having as many kids as he has grand slams, lol. I wouldn’t blame Mirka if she wants to have a few more, any excuse to get Roger back in bed, right?…haha, he’s gorgeous. *yummy*

  10. 10
    JJ Says:

    @m:

    Or maybe he is gay?

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