Bastian Schweinsteiger (37) and his wife Ana Ivanovic (34) said yes in a dreamlike ceremony in Venice in 2016 and crowned their love with two children: son Luka (4) and Leon (2). And the two boys seem to impress her quite a bit. In an interview with “gala.de”, the dream couple now revealed that their children are real language talents. The two boys already speak four languages: English, Spanish, German and Serbian – Ana Ivanovic was born in Serbia.
In the video above you can see Bastian Schweinsteiger and Ana Ivanovic in a glamorous performance in Munich.
Bastian Schweinsteiger: compliments to his Ana
The language skills of their children sometimes lead to amazing moments for the parents, as Ana admits: “Especially when they play together, they sometimes speak Spanish to each other. Then we sometimes don’t even know exactly what they’re saying.”
But her husband has a sweet compliment ready for Ana: “And Ana speaks German better and better. If you speak slowly, she understands almost everything.” Ana admits that she finds German to be a “very difficult” language and sometimes has problems with Bastian’s parents’ dialect: “If they speak Bavarian, it’s a bit difficult, but that’s okay.” However, as her husband adds, she speaks German when they are with his parents.
Ana Ivanovic and her husband have a special ritual
The couple then revealed another romantic detail about their relationship. Because the two are of course very busy as parents and because of professional projects, which makes it necessary to create space for the relationship.
Monday is therefore reserved for caring for her love: “We have our date night there,” says Bastian Schweinsteiger. It can sometimes fall on another day, but the ex-footballer emphasizes: “Date nights are extremely important for a relationship. It can be a dinner with friends, or we recently had a date for two and went to the opera. That was great!” Ana also raves about these activities with her husband: “In Munich we went to the opera a couple of times, and when we lived in Manchester we often went to the theater in London.”