Deborah Lorenko The gorgeous wife of Wolves player Ruben Neves. Lourenco is also from Portugal.
|full name||Deborah Lorenko|
|Country of Citizenship||Portuguese|
|country of birth||Portugal|
|number of children||3|
|date of birth||May 3, 1991|
They got married a year later, then got engaged.
The pair started dating in 2014 until Neves proposed at a romantic location in May 2018. Neves announced the news on social media, saying: “She said yes.” He uploaded a photo of them drinking champagne on board to celebrate their special day. Neves said in an interview that 2018 was the most important year for him since they won the title, which was his ambition and that he is engaged to his fiancée. In 2019, the two held a small wedding. They have three lovely children: a girl Margarida and two boys Martim and Mateo.
Through his phone, Neves saw the birth of their third child.
Lorenco traveled to Portugal on January 30, 2021, to give birth to her third child, but Neves may have missed the game due to quarantine laws, so he can’t be with her and he doesn’t want to miss the game. Although he wasn’t there, he witnessed her birth via Skype after sitting on the bench against Crystal Palace. Neves claimed he saw it on his phone on the way back from Crystal Palace and said it was hard for him to miss such an incredible moment.
He also explained why they decided to have a baby in Portugal. He claimed Lourenco was having trouble giving birth to her first child and they had been hoping to find a doctor from Portugal for her. He said it was his duty to play and he would rather be there than miss two or three games.
The couple’s first child, Margarida, was born in 2017, the same year Neves joined Wolves. Neves traveled to Portugal the day after the season opened to be with Lorenco the moment she was born. When asked about fatherhood, he said it’s an amazing emotion that can’t be defined in words, and one of the best things people can do.
His parents’ trust in his rapid development and learning helped shape him who he is now.
Neves’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Neves, were born in Mozelos. He and his sister Vanessa grew up in a middle-class family. Neves, a supporter of FC Porto, joined the club’s youth system at the age of eight. He made his first-team debut at 17 and became the youngest captain in Champions League history at 18, helping Porto beat Maccabi Tel Aviv 2-0 before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers. He played nearly 200 games in England, winning the EFL title in his debut season.
At the age of 18, he made his national team debut for Portugal. Neves attributes his mature nature to his parents and claims he has always been. He said he has been like this because his parents gave him the responsibility to grow and learn quickly. According to him, his father left for three years to work in Spain when he was nine, and he only saw him once a month, which was horrific. He was in Portugal with his mother and sister, which likely contributed to his personality. He had an idea that he had to take care of them, and that developed maturity at an early age.
Her net worth is currently being assessed, however, she contributes to her partner’s excess net income. Neves had an illustrious football career with a net worth in excess of $15 million.