Brazilian footballer Hulk ‘marries his ex-wife’s NIECE in sudden marriage to secure a visa and stay in China together’
- Hulk has reportedly married his ex-wife’s niece after several months dating
- The Brazil star ended his 12-year relationship with his ex-wife Iran in July
- The ‘sudden marriage’ is to secure Camila a visa to ensure they can live in China
Brazil star Hulk has reportedly married the niece of his ex-wife after the two confirmed their relationship back in December.
The attacker ended his 12-year relationship with Iran Angelo in July of last year and reports of his relationship with her niece Camila Angelo surfaced later in the year.
The 33-year-old striker has caused quite the stir along with Camila, 31, after writing ‘married’ on his social media bio.
Brazil star Hulk has caused quite the stir after reportedly marrying his ex-wife’s niece
Hulk and Camila Angelo have posted several images to social media with wedding rings
The Shanghai forward has also changed the biography on his social media to ‘married’
According to reports from Argentine newspaper Infobae, the ‘sudden marriage’ occured due to the fact that ‘Camila needed a visa if she was to stay in China with Hulk’.
The couple have posted several pictures together to social media where it appears they both are wearing wedding rings.
The attacker has three children with his ex-wife named Ian, Tiago, and Alice.
Hulk’s ex-wife Iran (left) and Iran’s niece (right) who the Brazilian footballer is now dating
Reports suggest the two began dating later last year around December and are now married
Hulk and Iran had three children together, Ian, James and Alice whilst they were married
Hulk and Camila reportedly now live together in China with the forward currently playing for Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG FC.
The Brazilian midfielder was one of the first superstars to take the plunge and join the Chinese Super League back in 2016.
He joined from Russian side Zenit St Petersburg and is the second highest earner in the whole league with a £320,000-a-week contract.