Over the weekend, Shakira was captured on camera cheering for her son Milan as he played baseball in Valencia. The famous Colombian singer, who is currently going through a divorce with her husband Gerard Pique, chose to dress down for the occasion but still looked stylish. She wore a Balenciaga Maison logo-print cotton T-shirt that costs $500, a pair of jeans, and a baseball cap. Shakira didn’t want to draw too much attention to herself, so she kept a low profile and let her son take center stage. Before the game started, she gave Milan a loving kiss on the lips, showing her affection and support.
Shakira showed her love for her son Milan by attending his baseball game in Valencia over the weekend. The proud mother smiled as she watched the game, despite going through a divorce from her ex-husband Gerard Pique.
Shakira looked incredibly adorable in her casual outfit consisting of a Balenciaga Maison logo-print cotton T-shirt worth $500 and a pair of jeans. She also wore a stylish baseball cap to complete the laid back look as she held hands with her seven-year-old son Sasha. Her footwear, a pair of R13 Off-White Kurt Platform High-Top trainers, which cost $1085, added to the chic vibe with their unique flatform heel. After the game, Shakira spent some quality time with her boys as she was seen walking with Sasha. Although her partner, footballer Gerard, has been attending recent games, he was not present on this particular day.
Shakira and Gerard had been a couple since 2011, when they met during the filming of the music video for her World Cup song, Waka Waka. Recently, the singer was spotted spending time with her family, following a visit to a law firm with her former partner, as they attempt to settle their divorce proceedings. The couple announced their split in July, after being together for 12 years. Soon after, rumors of infidelity began to circulate in the Spanish media. It now seems that Shakira is addressing these allegations through her music, as she appears to be seeking closure and resolution.
The recent public appearance of Shakira included a royal wave, which garnered attention from her fans. Reports suggest that the singer may be using her music as a means to get back at her ex-partner, a Spanish footballer who was allegedly unfaithful.
In her single “Te Felicito” (I Congratulate You), Shakira seemed to take a jab at Piqué. The song includes the lyrics, “To make you whole, I broke myself in pieces. I was warned, but I didn’t take heed. Don’t tell me you’re sorry. I know you well and I know you’re lying.” During an interview with Elle Magazine, the singer was asked about the line and its connection to her marital issues. The interviewer, Lulu Garcia-Navarro, questioned whether the lyrics reflected the feeling of having to sacrifice a part of oneself in a relationship and struggling to regain it.
Comfy and laid-back: She sported a trendy pair of R13 Off-White Kurt Platform High-Top sneakers worth $1085 that come with a flatform heel.
Amidst a difficult time, Shakira and Pique are still in the process of negotiating their separation and were recently seen outside a law firm’s office. When asked about her music being reflective of her personal life, Shakira responded that everything she feels and experiences is expressed through her lyrics and videos. Her latest song, which features Rauw Alejandro, shows him as both a love interest and a robotic clone that Shakira brings to life. Interestingly, Rauw Alejandro is currently dating Rosalía.
Shakira has a lot on her plate these days. Apart from dealing with her upcoming divorce, she is also facing legal trouble over charges of tax fraud. In 2018, Spanish prosecutors accused the singer of failing to pay around $13.9 million in taxes on her income from 2012 to 2014. If found guilty of tax evasion, she could face an eight-year prison sentence and a hefty fine. Despite denying any wrongdoing, Shakira has rejected a deal with authorities to avoid going to trial. She has already paid what she owed and an extra $2.8 million in interest, according to her PR firm. The trial, which will see Shakira face six counts of tax fraud, does not have a set date yet. On a different note, the Hips Don’t Lie singer opened up about her split from Pique for the first time in an interview with Elle Magazine’s October issue. Although she did not keep quiet about his new relationship with a much younger woman.
Shakira has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and has turned down an offer from authorities to avoid a trial. In a recent interview with Lulu Garcia-Navarro, the singer opened up about the challenges she’s faced since her relationship with her partner fell apart. Shakira admitted that talking about the situation was difficult, as it was her first time speaking on it publicly. She had remained quiet about it for some time, trying to process everything. Because of her public persona, the separation has been more challenging than a typical one, not just for her but also for her children. The constant attention on her personal life has been especially taxing for them, as they struggle to cope with being constantly bombarded by media and fans.
Shakira recently opened up about the difficulties of concealing her split with ex-partner Gerard Piqué from their children. Despite trying her best to shield them from the situation and protect them, it seems that they have still been affected by the news, hearing things from friends at school or coming across unpleasant information online. The couple announced their break-up in June after being together for twelve years, though it appears that Shakira may not have wanted it to end. Piqué has already moved on with a new partner, 23-year-old PR student Clara Chia Marti, leaving many wondering how the relationship came to an end. In a video taken by Spanish media outlet Socialite at the Summerfest Cerdanya festival in Catalonia, Piqué can be seen passionately kissing his new love interest.
Shakira and Gerard have ended their relationship four months ago (as shown in the picture with their two kids, Milan who is nine years old, and Sasha who is seven years old).