Chelsea star Alvaro Morata relaxes on Dubai break with wife Alice Campello as they prepare to welcome twins



Posted Tuesday, March 27, 2018 by Thesun.co.uk

CHELSEA star Alvaro Morata has been enjoying a relaxing break in Dubai with wife Alice Campello as they prepare to welcome twins.

Morata, 25, is not a part of Spain's squad for this international break, with the Blues star making the most of it in the Middle East.

Chelsea star Alvaro Morata relaxes on Dubai break with wife Alice Campello as they prepare to welcome twins
Alvaro Morata showed off pics of wife Alice Campello's 'beautiful bump' in Dubai

Chelsea star Alvaro Morata relaxes on Dubai break with wife Alice Campello as they prepare to welcome twins
Alice Campello is expecting twins with Alvaro Morata

The Spaniard's stunning wife Campello, 23, is currently pregnant with twins in what will be their first children together having got married in June 2017.

But while plane travel is still and option, the pair have jetted off to the Dubai sunshine - documenting their adventure on Instagram.

Taking to social media, Morata wrote: "What a beautiful bump! Love you to death! I cannot wait to make the family bigger."

Meanwhile, Campello - on her Instagram page - added: "Our family [heart emoji] #memories."

The pair got engaged in December 2016 and married just six months later in Venice, Italy.

Just weeks later, Morata swapped Real Madrid for Chelsea - going on to score seven goals in his first eight games, including a hat-trick against Stoke.

However, Morata has struggled for goals of late, even going on a 13-game dry run, before he finally scored in the FA Cup against Leicester.

He will next get his chance as Chelsea play Tottenham in Sunday's massive evening kick-off.

Chelsea star Alvaro Morata relaxes on Dubai break with wife Alice Campello as they prepare to welcome twins
Alice Campello and Alvaro Morata are expecting twins in the summer

However, Morata faces competition from Olivier Giroud these days, after he swapped Arsenal for Chelsea.

Giroud even called the Spaniard his "rival", saying: "For me, the competition is with Morata.

"We can be made to play with Eden up front but it is very rare and it really hasn't borne fruit.

"There is always competition and it is necessary because I need that to continue to progress. I like challenges."



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