Caroline Celico is a socialite and singer from Brazil. She was born on 26 July 1987 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Her zodiac (birth) sign is Leo. She follows the Christian religion from the bottom of her heart.
Her former husband Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, commonly known as Kaka, is a retired professional football player.
Caroline Celico: Physical Statistics!
Caroline Celico’s height is five feet and seven inches tall. She weighs around 55 to 57 kg. Her body measurements are 32-26-36 inches. Celico’s bra size is 32B. Caroline Celico is not a huge advocate of tattoos.
She has classical dark brown eyes and mesmerizing black hair. Caroline Celico’s feet (shoe) size 7 (US), and the dress size is 3/ 4 (US).
Caroline Celico: Childhood, Family Life, and More!
Rosangela Lyra and Celso Celico are Caroline Celico’s parents. Enrico is Caroline Celico’s younger brother. Caroline’s parents divorced when she just six years old. She spent most of her childhood with her beloved mother. Rosangela worked for Christian Dior S.A. as the director of designers.
Caroline Celico didn’t have the best childhood as she was bullied a lot. For any kid, it is indeed hard to battle against bullying. She did her schooling from St. Paul’s School in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Kaka met Caroline when she was in school in 2002. At that time, the Brazilian legend was playing for the Italian club AC Milan.
They dated each other for two years. On 23 December 2005, Caroline Celico married Kaka in Sao Paulo. The couple is blessed with two children. On 10 June 2008, they welcomed their beloved son. His name is Luca Celico Leite. Three years later, 23 April 2011, they welcomed their lovely daughter Isabella Celico Leite.
They raised their children in Madrid, the capital of Spain, as Kaka was playing for Real Madrid at that time. In 2013, the couple again moved to Milan, Italy. Things went wrong in Milan.
In 2015, the pair made it clear that they took a divorce. It was indeed a hard time for both as the kids were very young and would have needed their father and mother living together for teaching them the real lessons of life. In 2019, Kaka (Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite) married Carol Dias. The former AC Milan forward is happy with his new chapter with Carol, who loves her from the bottom of her heart.
Caroline Celico: Professional Life!
From 2002 to 2004, Caroline Celico joined her church and manged became a pastor. She is also running a non-profit organization named Horizontal Love. The organization provides food, hygiene, construction, and education to many unprivileged kids in Brazil as footballers and their wives can do a lot to make Brazil a better country from many different angles.
After parting ways with Kaka, it must have become a little hard for Caroline Celico to run her ethical and needed brand at the rate she wanted. Despite facing too many stipulations, she is very much dedicated to make Horizontal Love a way to help many kids in Brazil, where kids need ample services from rich people.
She is a great example to follow for many rich people in Brazil who have every chance to do something more for their beloved country filled with passion and dedication.
Caroline Celico: Social Media!
Caroline Celico has 951k followers on Instagram. She also has a huge impact on YouTube, Facebook, and Pinterest. Caroline Celico uses her social media account to share her professional work and personal life with her followers.
She mostly uses it to promote her non-profit organization called Horizontal Love.
Caroline Celico’s net worth is $105 million (US dollars). She has earned most of her money from her socialite and singing projects. Calico has ample money to live a sound and rich life in a fantastic way.
Former Husband Kaka
Kaka (Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite) is a Brazilian football legend. He represented Brazil 92 times from 2002 to 2016, scoring 29 goals and helped Brazil to win the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
Kaka had played for Sao Paulo, AC Milan, Real Madrid, and Orlando City. Kaka won every prestigious award that a player wants to win. He was a fantastic player and will be remembered for a long time in Brazil and around the world.