September 19, 2020
Russian former professional tennis player, Anna Kournikova recently took to social media to share an adorable photo of her daughter, Mary, looking all grown up.
Anna Kournikova recently took to her Instagram page with a sweet picture that captured her daughter, Mary, smiling innocently and dressed in a white collared shirt and white skirt with lace trim. Kournikova captioned the post:
"Wimbledon, here I come....? ?????????..."
In the comment section, Kournikova's fans only had compliments to offer. They all gushed over Mary's cute looks and thanked her mom for sharing the gorgeous shot with them. One fan wrote, "Oh my goodness, she's gorgeous, thank you and God bless."
Kournikova and her longtime beau, Enrique Iglesias, welcomed Mary on January 30. Mary is her third child with the famous artist.
Aside from Mary, the couple also share 2-year-old twins Nicholas and Lucy. At the time of Mary's birth, Iglesias had been worried about how his twins would acclimatize to their new role as older siblings.
Though the chemistry and love these two share is undeniable, they are yet to be married.
He did not need to worry– the twins slid into their role smoothly, and they seemed to be glad there was a baby around the house. Iglesias and Kournikova have been together for close to two decades. The pair initially met on the set of his music video, "Escape," where she played his love interest.
The two hit it off shortly after, and since then, they have been able to keep a considerable part of their relationship out of the public eye. They announced their relationship in 2002 at the MTV Video Music Awards when Kournikova accompanied Iglesias on his red carpet walk.
Though the chemistry and love these two share is undeniable, they are yet to be married. Kournikova does not believe in it and is seemingly content to be in a happy relationship with the Spanish singer.
Kournikova became an international tennis pro when she was 14, and though she never won a title on her own, she ranked 8th in the world in 2002. She scored a Grand Slam title in Australia in 1999 and again in 2002.
Both times she played alongside her partner Martina Hingis. The former tennis pro also bagged the WTA Championships around this time.
Kournikova retired from Tennis at 21 because of a back and spinal problem, including a herniated disk. Now the former Tennis player plays occasionally and is a great mother to her three kids.