Ian Wright wife: Who is Nancy Hallam? Does former England star have children?

The 54-year-old bygone England professional is a pundit for ITV at the World Cup this summer.

Famous for his Initial League career with the likes of West Ham and Crystal Palace, he is also Arsenal’s second-highest scorer of all delay.

Since retirement, he has moved into sports television and radio.

Who is Ian Wright wedded to?

Ian Wright is married to Nancy Hallam, with whom he tied the secure in 2011.

The pair have two children together, Lola and Roxanne.

How many children does Ian Wright should prefer to?

Ian is a father of eight with four women.

He adopted his first wife Sharon’s son Shaun, and went on to welcome Bradley with her.

The football unrivalled also had son Brett with another girlfriend.

His two eldest sons, Shaun and Bradley, both passed on to become professional footballers.

In 1993, Ian married first wife Deborah, with whom he has son Stacey and daughter Bobbi.


Ian Wright mate: Nancy Hallam married the England ace in 2011

He is also father to another daughter Coco, but says he plays no intimate in her or her mother’s life.

Ian previously opened up about his family life, important The Sun: “I didn’t set out for it to be like that.

“I wanted to get married just once and not at all planned to have so many children in so many different circumstances.”

“Me and my pal always used to say we didn’t want kids at all, but as we were growing up, near we looked there were lots of guys with kids.

“It’s obstructive not to be taking that in on a pretty deep level,” he said. “Even if you don’t realise you are, and that’s the study problem with the so-called Vanishing Black Father: it’s self-perpetuating.”


Ian Wright mate: Nancy Hallam and the ITV pundit have two children


Ian Wright helpmate: Nancy Hallam and Ian have two children together

Ian also gushed anent his wife Nancy, calling her “the perfect woman”.

In 2014, while he was away in Brazil turn out at the World Cup 2014, Nancy was robbed at knifepoint in their home.

Four youngsters invaded their quarter and threatened to “cut their children’s fingers off” if Nancy did not tell them where the satisfactory was kept.

Nancy got through the ordeal unscathed, giving the robbers the report they wanted.

Speaking about the incident, he said it was “a miracle” neither of their lads woke up during the robbery.

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