Gerard Piqué He arrived in Miami this Thursday, April 27, to be reunited with his children after three weeks. Sasha and Milan. The children began living in the United States with their mother, Shakiraafter an extensive negotiation in justice for tenure.

The athlete had spent a few days in Dubai with his new girlfriend, Clara Chía, and from there he took a plane to see how his 10-year-old and 8-year-old children are adapting to their new life in a new continent.

Upon arriving at the airport, the former Barcelona player could not avoid the television cameras around the world that were aware of his entry into North America. Despite the insistence of the journalists, Gerard Piqué refused to answer any type of question related to his family.

According to the Spanish newspaper, The vanguardPiqué traveled to Miami a week after his lawyers and Shakira’s finished finalizing the final details of the former couple’s separation agreement with respect to the children and to ensure that said agreement is comparable in the United States.

Shakira and her new life in Miami

Since her arrival in the United States, the singer from Barranquilla has been very happy and at home, after many months of suffering.

One of his first outings with friends was during the Juan Luis Guerra recital where he met many of his urban music friends such as Manuel Turizo and Prince Royce.

Shakira enjoying the Juan Luis Guerra show with Manuel Turizo and Prince Royce. Photo: social networks.

In addition to enjoying the night, Shakira has decided to spend these three weeks very focused on all the details of her move, the start of her children’s classes and above all, that her 91-year-old father William Mebrack receives all the necessary medical attention to his complicated health picture.

American newspapers have also reported that the Latin diva would be busy getting a new home with more privacy and security than she currently has in her mansion on North Bay Road, a neighborhood where Hollywood figures such as JLO, Ricky Martin and Matt live. Damon.

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