Footballer Joe Cole's wife Carly, married since 2009, welcome their third child

December 30, 2015
First Published On: December 30, 2015
by HitBerry

Apart from his permanent move to Coventry Football club, Joe Cole has another reason to be happy this New Year. He and his wife Carly have just welcomed a new member to their family and they are delighted about it.

Joe and Carly welcomed their third child a month and a half back. They, however, have yet to disclose the name of the new baby. However, we do know that the baby is a boy. Joe and Carly have said the birth of their son has given them new found hope.

Joe has also said that he is very happy and could not ask for more from his wife or his life. He has stated that he considers himself lucky to have such a beautiful and supportive wife like Carly and his two children, which have now become three.

The baby was reportedly delivered at Chelsea hospital where all of Joe and Carly’s children have been delivered. Joe was in the hospital with his wife and his close friends. Sources claim that the operation went smoothly and there were no problems at all during the process.

Joe first met his girlfriend in the year 2001 when Carly was a fitness instructor linked to Joe’s team. They were dating for about five years before Joe proposed her in 2007. They were engaged in a small ceremony. In 2009, they got married in a lavish wedding with many prominent footballers on the guest list.

Joe’s and Carly first gave birth to a daughter Ruby Tatiana Cole in the March of 2010. Their next child was Harrison “Harry “Cole, who was born on October 2012. Sources claim that Joe and Carly are now content with the number of children they have and are not going to enlarge their family anymore.

Joe, as a professional footballer in his peak days, was one of the most sought after midfielders in the game. He has played for some of the best teams in England like Chelsea, West Ham United, and Liverpool. He also played a season in France with Lile.

He has, so far, made a total of 120 appearances in the top tier of English football league. He also played for the England national team and was part of the World cup and Euro cup squad in 2004. He has made a total number of 56 appearances and 10 goals for his national team while on international grounds.

He was also part of the Chelsea team that won three premier league titles and two F.A cups, a feat that many have said was impossible. Recently, he has been on the news for deciding to play for Coventry football club and being outspoken as to how he is not concerned about the money and only wants to play football.