Newcastle United WAGS share adorable family Christmas snaps

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The WAGS have been showing their homes at Christmas via Instagram.

As we reach the first day of December, everyone is truly getting into the Christmas spirit - this includes the Newcastle United WAGS. After Newcastle United Kieran Trippier’s wife Charlotte Trippier revealed an extravagant Christmas display at their Northumberland home on Instagram, fans have been keeping a watchful eye on how the other WAGS may decorate.

However, other than Charlotte Trippier, the WAGS have kept their Christmas decorations truly under wraps (or maybe they just haven’t got to it yet - it is only December 1 after all). Until today, when two Newcastle United WAGS shared adorable family Christmas photos to their Instagram stories.

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Thays Gondim, fiancee of Newcastle United player Joelinton. The couple became engaged over the summer of this year, and share two beautiful children together. Today, Thays shared an image of the couple’s two children standing in front of their Christmas tree. The caption was written in Thay’s native language of Portuguese, but the translation on Instagram read: “The love I feel for you has no size, my life! My love! My everything.”

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Bruno Guimaraes’ fiancee Ana Lidia Martins also shared a lovely photo to her Instagram story. The nutritionist welcomed a baby boy named Matteo with her Newcastle United fiance at the end of October. Ana shared an image of the sleeping baby boy in a fluffy jacket, with the Christmas tree in the background of the photo. She also shared a Portuguese caption.

We are so excited to see what the rest of the Newcastle United WAGS do for Christmas!

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