Hertha’s ex Kevin-Prince Boateng has got a new one – BZ Berlin

She WAS a gamer woman! In Italy millions adore her, in Germany one person in particular has adored her for a long time: Kevin-Prince Boateng (35), professional football player at Hertha BSC. But now star representative Melissa Satta (36, Sky Italia) confirms to BILD: “We are divorced.”

By Tobias Render

It was known that the couple, who have a son together (Maddox, 8), separated at the end of 2020. She has not talked about it yet.

Kevin-Prince Boateng and Melissa Satta were together from 2011 to 2020 (Photo: photo alliance / contrast photo)
Kevin-Prince Boateng and Melissa Satta were together from 2011 to 2020 (Photo: photo alliance / contrast photo)

But the question was obvious, for: A few days ago, fans saw on Instagram how Hertha professional Kevin-Prince Boateng pampered his current girlfriend Valentina Fradegrada (30) with champagne.

The athlete has been with Valentina since 2021.

Prince Boateng serves his fiancée Valentina ice cream champagne (Photo: valentinafradegrada / Instagram)
Prince Boateng serves his fiancée Valentina ice cream champagne (Photo: valentinafradegrada / Instagram)

And what is Melissa Satta, 36, who Boateng was married to for four years doing in the meantime?

The beautiful Italian gives the answer with delicious photos on his Instagram channel: Holidays in Morocco! Sometimes she sits on the beach in sexy swimwear, sometimes she visits a market in Marrakech and sometimes she is in hotel like for a thousand and one nights.

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… and it seems that Melissa is no longer flying through the world as a single. After all, who else would take their amazing vacation photos? There is also an answer to this question: Satta is also happily in love again!

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Boateng and Satta take care of Maddox together, but while the football professional kicks in Berlin, Melissa Satta lives in Milan. Here she is a superstar, and thanks to her 4.6 million Instagram followers, she can hardly take a step unnoticed. “You can only do that outside of Italy,” she says.

In Germany, Melissa Satta became known primarily through her relationship with Boateng, so she has no problem with that either: “Yes, of course I am known here through my ex-husband,” Satta continues to BILD. “But of course, if that’s not the case, I’m also very happy, and I always say, ‘Hi, my name is Melissa, I work in television.'”

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Satta can also deal with the term player woman. “I’ve always been proud to be the wife of a talented professional footballer,” she explains. “But behind the word ‘player wife’ there is a lot of pressure – for the whole family. Not only do you have to sacrifice yourself as a partner, the professional himself is often pressured when it comes to his privacy. You often have to move from one city to another. And the family falls off the road when the players are often on the move. ”

After all, Satta does not want to lose touch with Germany. Maddox was finally born in Mönchengladbach, Melissa has many friends here, such as showmaster Giovanni Zarrella (44) and his wife Jana Ina (45). And: “I love solid German cuisine,” she says, rejoicing.

“But my German is not good,” Melissa says, revealing, “Maddox speaks only English and Italian, but I really hope he will learn German.”


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Speaker, actress, model – Melissa Satta likes to try things, she says – and now also in Germany, now also has an agent here.

Michael Gregoritsch from FC Augsburg and Kevin-Prince Boateng from Hertha BSC during the match between FC Augsburg and Hertha BSC (Photo: City-Press GmbH)
Michael Gregoritsch from FC Augsburg and Kevin-Prince Boateng from Hertha BSC during the match between FC Augsburg and Hertha BSC (Photo: City-Press GmbH)

The football expert from the sports broadcaster Sky (“Goal Deejay”) also follows the Bundesliga with great interest: “Football in Germany is at a very high level,” says Satta. “It’s not easy to play there, they are very strong.”

Does Melissa cross her fingers for her ex in the Bundesliga relegation battle? Probably in secret …

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