Who is Leonardo Bonucci’s wife, Martina Maccari, and how long have they been married?

Leonardo Bonucci is known as one of the most tenacious defenders in world football and will play Italy against England tonight.

The Azzurri hope to win the 2020 European Cup, and the England team also hope to win the first Grand Slam trophy since 1966.


Leonardo Bonucci marries Martina MakariImage source: @bonuccileo19 instagram

Cheering for Bonucci tonight will be his wife Martina Macari.

However, due to coronavirus restrictions, she will not watch the game at Wembley.

Who is Leonardo Bonucci’s wife Martina Macari?

Bonucci has been married to his long-time partner Martina Macari since 2011 when he tied the knot in Montasino, Italy.

They met for the first time in 2008 after a mutual friend introduced them to each other.

Martina was born on November 19, 1985, her zodiac sign is Scorpio.

She is the baron of San Salvador in Abbadia, Siena, Italy.

Martina also has a brother and sister named Federico.

The 35-year-old woman used to be a model and blogger, but according to reports, she is now a real estate agent.

Bonucci’s boyfriend also has more than 222,000 followers on Instagram and 23,000 followers on Instagram.

With Bonucci, the couple had three children, two sons and a daughter.

Lorenzo was born in 2012 and Martina gave birth to Matteo two years later.

In 2019, Bonucci and Martina have a girl named Matilda.

Who does Leonardo Bonucci play for?

Bonucci, now 34, made his debut in Witbesser in 2001 and then moved to Inter Milan, where he played for three years.

During that time, before signing a permanent agreement with Genoa, he had been on loan with Treviso and Pisa.

Bonucci then moved to Bari, but his first fame was at Juventus in 2010.

Bonucci will start tonight in Italy's game against England


Bonucci will start tonight in Italy’s game against EnglandCredit: Getty

The defender made 227 appearances there, then moved to AC Milan in 2017 and spent a season there.

Then he returned to Juventus and played for them all the time.

Bonucci represented Italy in 108 appearances and scored 7 goals.

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