CELTIC star Alexandro Bernabei is making the most of his time off during the international break – after revealing he and his partner are expecting their first child together.
The couple are celebrating the exciting news in luxurious fashion after jetting off to Positano in Italy’s Amalfi Coast where they’re soaking up the sun on the coastline’s stunning beaches.
Left back Bernabei, 22, took to Instagram last night where he posted a series of loved up pictures of himself and his stunning accountant missus Val Di Pompa.
The defender, who also celebrated his birthday over the weekend, shared three sweet snaps of him holding and kissing his girlfriend’s bump.
He wrote: “The most sacred thing: family!!!”
And he even appeared to reveal the gender of their child – as he used an emoji featuring a little girl.
His excited partner added: “We love you madly…this team forever.”
The summer signing finally made his competitive Celtic debut in last month’s thumping 9-0 win over Dundee United.
He came on as a second-half substitute at Tannadice just two weeks after he was charged with drink-driving.
He was arrested in the hours that followed the Hoops' 5-0 win over Kilmarnock after being refused entry to Lola's nightclub in Glasgow city centre after midnight.
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Bernabei arrived in a £3.75million transfer from Lanus in his homeland Argentina.
And it was with a tribute to his former club that he broke his silence for the first time after his arrest.
He shared an emotional video tribute to his old team on social media.
In it, Bernabei claimed to be settling in well at Celtic.
He finally made his first start for the Hoops just three days after his appearance as a sub against Dundee United.
Bernabei started and played the full 90 minutes as the Parkhead side earned a convincing 4-1 win over Ross County in the Premier Sports Cup.
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