Milan and Sasha are the sons of Spanish soccer player Gerard Piqué and his ex-partner, singer Shakira. Piqué announced his retirement from professional soccer in November 2022, but not without having made a name for himself as one of the best defenders of his generation. Piqué’s announcement came just five months after his split from Shakira.
Milan and Sasha have been their dad’s number-one supporters, frequently seen on the stands as well as with their dad right after his matches.
Chanel is the daughter of Italian soccer player Francesco Totti and his wife, model Ilary Blasi. Totti is held as one of the best Italian players of all time. He famously only played for one club, Roma, in his entire senior career of 24 years.
Chanel is the spitting image of her mom, and her beautiful looks have gained her a huge social media following. Still, she has been and always will be a daddy's girl.
Cruz Beckham is the son of English soccer icon David Beckham, and his wife, fashion mogul and former singer, Victoria Beckham. Beckham captained the British national soccer team for six years and won 19 trophies throughout his 20-year-long professional career. In 2013, he was the highest-paid soccer player in the world.
Cruz isn't going to be a soccer star like his dad, instead going after a singing career like his mom, who was famous for being Posh Spice in the girl group, The Spice Girls.
Christian Maldini is the son of Italian soccer star Paolo Maldini and his wife, Venezuelan former model, Adriana Fossa. Maldini is considered one of the best defenders of all time, and famously only played for one club, AC Milan, throughout his whole career.
He retired in 2009, after 31 tremendous years with AC Milan, only then to become the club's technical director. Christian pursued a career in soccer as well, having spent some time with none other than AC Milan's youth club.
Molly Neville is the daughter of British former soccer player, coach, and pundit, Gary Neville and his wife, Emma Hadfield. Neville spent his entire career with Manchester United and was the club's second-longest-serving player. He served as captain of Manchester United for five years.
Since retiring from playing in 2011, Neville has stayed in the public eye as a sports broadcaster with Sky Sports and broke into the political sphere with the British Labor Party.