Melanie Slade – The latest “soccer player’s wife”
Melanie Slade is the girl of Arsenal’s soccer player Theo Walcott and the latest addition to the actual soccer players. She first met the English group member outside the shop where she worked at West Quay Shopping Center in Southampton. Melanie was outside with a basket in her hand when Walcott’s friend announced that the basket was for phone numbers.
Cheeky Theo wrote his cellphone number on a piece of paper and threw into Mels’s basket and his friend did the same. The romance has begun and Melanie Slade and Theo Walcott have since been an item.
Walcott said they are not a typical “soccer player” and will not make media attention. He said: “We were not in any soccer player parties at all. We are not people who like to party.”
Walcott told the media he and Melanie made a bet on who could first pass their first Test and Melanie has won since Theo failed his first Test. Melanie passed her for the first time. ask.
There were no hard feelings to lose the bet and Theo spent 20 000 on a white VW Beetle for Melanie, called ‘Love Bug’. Theo even registered the private number plate T4M that symbolizes ‘Theo for Melanie’ for his girlfriend.
Melanie shot in the media spot when 17-year-old boyfriend Theo became a shocking section for the English 2006 FIFA World Cup, although he did not appear in the Arsenal Premiership campaign and the driver, Sven Goran-Eriksson. .
Melanie has since become a firm tabloid lover and there was little surprise in May a leading British tabloid newspaper presented her 160 000 for a top-rated photo shoot. She accepted the offer and was in the newspaper topless, although she kept her modesty by covering her hands.
She uses her newly found status to support the 2006 Race for Life event organized by Cancer Research UK, but has also asked for privacy while reviewing her exams.
Melanie is also the daughter of a well-known local man. Her father, John Slade, recently became the 784 mayor of Southampton at a ceremony at the City’s Guild House. However, she missed the ceremony when she went to Portugal to join Theos World Cup preparations.
Melanie said she would not make further decisions about the various media presentations she received until the World Cup, although she could be a permanent match in the next 12 months.