Kasper Schmeichel is a Danish professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Leicester City and the Denmark national team. But, this isn't about the world cup glory or his club career, we are here to talk about Kasper's personal life facts. The football star, Kasper is married to his partner Stine Gyldenbrand. The couple is also blessed with two children and spending an excellent time together.
Let's go deep into Kasper's life and find out the untold story about his marriage and children. Stay tuned with us.
Kasper Married to Stine Gyldenbrand
The football star and a goalkeeper for Denmark national team married his wife Stine Gyldenbrand in 2015. Before, the pair had dated for a long time and became legal partners for the life after tying a holy bond.
Their love story dates from a very long time, the couple first met in 2004, when Kasper was in his late twenties and got engaged with each other.
In this 11-years of relationship, Kasper and his girlfriend shared a lot of memories and have visited many places together.
Kasper's girlfriend had graduated in 2009 from the University of Chester with a degree and started working in a hospital near Birmingham.
After a constant relationship for nearly six years, the couple gave birth to a son Max Schmeichel in 2010 without getting married. However, they faced a lot of controversies related to their newborn son.
Despite being criticized for not getting married, in 2012 the couple again welcomed a new baby daughter, Isabella Schmeichel to their lives. Until now, the couple is blessed with two children.
Three years after the birth of their second child, the couple got married in June 2015. The pair tied a knot in a Danish Egebaeksvang Chruch. So far, they are living happily together with their children and even stood up as an example to the world indicating true love.
There are no rumors regarding Kasper's extra affairs. He spends quality with his wife and children and is at the pinnacle of his football career.
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