Kyle Walker and wife Annie Kilner welcome fourth baby and footballer 'couldn't be happier'

Posted Wednesday, April 17, 2024 by

Kyle Walker and wife Annie Kilner welcome fourth baby and footballer 'couldn't be happier'

KYLE Walker and Annie Kilner have welcomed their fourth child, friends have told The Sun.

Insiders said Annie, 30, was "doing well" and that Manchester City ace Kyle, 33, was over-the-moon about becoming a father again.

The couple, who also share three sons Roman, 11, Riaan, seven, and Reign, five, split in January but have remained in touch for the sake of their young family.

A source said: "Annie gave birth earlier this week and is doing well.

"Mum and baby are both happy and healthy.

"Kyle couldn't be happier and is so proud of Annie.

"It has not been an easy few months for them but Kyle is doing everything he can to support Annie.

"They are focusing on the baby now and are looking forward to introducing them to their three boys.

"It is a very special time and they are relishing every second."

The Sun told in January how Annie had split from Kyle after two years of marriage.

Last month Annie watched Kyle as he was made England captain for the first time and took their three sons out on the pitch at Wembley following their game against Brazil.

In a bombshell interview with The Sun, Kyle said he bitterly regretted hurting Annie and called her his soulmate.

Kyle said: "What I've done is horrible and I take full responsibility.

"I made idiot choices and idiot decisions. I can't begin to think or imagine what Annie is going through. I've tried to ask her but there's pain and hurt.

"The man that's meant to love, care and be there for her, did this.

"There have been days in this ordeal where I've just wanted to curl up in a ball and go to sleep.

"The only person to blame is me. I have roles and responsibilities that I'm aware of and I've made stupid choices. But I need to own up to my mistakes — I owe it to everyone.

"My actions have caused a lot of pain to a lot of people. I'm sorry because, as a family, this isn't meant to happen."

It comes after Lauryn Goodman revealed the footballer was the father of her two children.

Kyle is now father to six and said during his interview that he never believed his life would end up this way.

He continued: "When I met Annie at 17, I never envisaged my private life being like this. I never thought I would be a father of six.

"In football I've achieved more than what I ever thought I would achieve. But to personally hurt what I truly believe is my best friend, that's what hurts a lot.

"How could I hurt someone I love so much? That's something I need to find in myself.

"I need to find out why I have done this and why situations have occurred. I am human and I've made mistakes on and off the field.

"The ones off the field are definitely more damaging and have been more hurtful to me.

"Football has been my life since I was six but my family comes before anything on this planet. At the moment, they're hurting enormously."

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