Lauryn Goodman’s son Kairo wears ‘daddy’ England shirt to watch Kyle Walker play in Three Lions’ Euros clash

LAURYN Goodman’s son Kairo wore an England shirt with “Daddy” to watch Kyle Walker play against Denmark last night.

Fans inside the Deutsche Bank Park stadium in Frankfurt captured mobile phone pics of Kairo, whose father is Walker, cheering on the England defender.

SplashLauryn Goodman watches Kyle Walker play for England with her son Kairo[/caption]

SplashLauryn was also accompanied to the game by her grandfather John[/caption]

SplashKairo wore a Three Lions shirt with ‘Daddy’ and the number two[/caption]

Kairo wore a Three Lions shirt with “Daddy” and the number two on the back as well as waving an England flag.

Lauryn, who sported a baseball cap, was also accompanied to the game by her grandfather John.

Adorable Kairo received lots of attention including a Danish fan who said hello as they walked to the stadium.

The Three Lions drew one all with the Danes yesterday after a lacklustre performance.

Annie Kilner, Kyle’s wife and mum to four of his boys, sat with other wives and girlfriends while Lauryn sat in a different part of the stadium.

One source close to Annie said Lauryn is seen as a bit of a trouble maker, chancer and blagger.

The source close to Annie said: “Lauryn is seen as a bit of a troublemaker and Annie’s worst nightmare was running into her.

“There was talk of Lauryn’s seats being less than 100 metres away. Annie wants absolutely nothing to do with her.

“The security team were aware of Lauryn’s presence and were primed to make sure she couldn’t get anywhere near the Wags‘ area.

“Lauryn is a blagger and a chancer, and they were worried she might be able to talk her way in.

“But given the sensitivities around it, she was kept well away.”

Lauryn claimed earlier this month that Kyle had offered her tickets to the matches, something his team have vehemently denied.

The 33-year-old had said she was determined to take her children to Germany for the Euros so they could support their dad.

She also alleged that Kyle made the promise to Kairo because the youngster missed the 2022 World Cup.

The pair had started a secret relationship in 2019 after Lauryn split up from football agent Dane Rashford and went on to have two children.

When Kyle was confirmed to be the dad of Lauryn’s second child, Annie threw him out of their home.

At the time, Annie was expecting their fourth child.

But following the birth of son Rezon in April, a friend told The Sun: “Having their son has made Kyle and Annie think about their relationship and they are committed to working on it together.”

SplashAdorable Kairo received lots of attention at the game[/caption]

EURO 2024 News Pool (ENP) – Denmark vs EnglandKyle greeted his wife and his children with her after the game[/caption]

SplashLauryn took son Kairo to watch Walker play in Frankfurt[/caption]

‘It was a slow death’ says Kyle Walker as he relives devastated Annie finding out he’d had 2nd secret child with Lauryn

By Paul Sims

In an exclusive tell-all interview, the England and Manchester City defender admitted he was ­selfish not to tell his pregnant wife about his second secret child — and says: “It was a slow death for me and for Annie.”

Annie’s world imploded just after Christmas when she received a devastating Instagram message out of the blue from Lauryn Goodman, who told her that Kyle had fathered another child with her.

Kyle publicly admitted: “I’m sorry that I have had a second child with Lauryn and hurt my best friend.

“It’s horrible to say that out loud. I’ve hurt someone I truly believe is my soulmate.

“It’s tough to not have her. She’s my right-hand man.

“I think of her so highly that she probably won’t understand and I probably don’t really tell her.

“This isn’t an interview for me to tell the world how much I care about her because that’s down to me and Annie and what we feel.

“I’ve let Annie and my boys down, I’ve let my mum and dad down, my nan down.”

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