Reunion joy: Verona Pooth has visited her eldest son San Diego for the first time since he left in Florida.
Düsseldorf/Florida – She had to be patient for around two and a half months, now she can Verona Pooth (53) finally embrace their eldest son San Diego (18) again!
The Pooth family is complete again, at least temporarily.
Since his 18th birthday in September, Diego has lived on a different continent than Mama Verona, Papa Franjo and his younger brother Rocco (10).
In Florida, the celebrity offspring visits the renowned IMG Sports Academy, which has already served sports idols such as Boris Becker (54) as a springboard for their global success. Diego is pursuing a big dream: he wants to become a professional golfer.
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His parents encourage their eldest in his ambitions – even if it was difficult to say goodbye.
When he left, Verona said that he would not see her Diego again until Christmas. But the longing was apparently so great that the family simply got on the plane earlier.
On Instagram, Verona shows that she has landed well in the United States and is finally reunited with her eldest son.
“My men”, the advertising icon writes proudly about a short clip that shows Diego, Rocco and Franjo from behind. The 18-year-old athlete apparently leads his family through the campus of his academy.
Verona is amazed at the well-tended grounds: “There’s nobody here, it’s like a city of its own, it’s really unbelievable.”
And the 5-star hotel in which the Pooths stay during their visit is also impressive. Located right on the beach in western Florida, Verona admires the sunset and has a good time: “Mommy drinks champagne. Oh, that’s nice.”
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At the chic dinner there are also oysters until ten-year-old Rocco’s eyes are heavy with tiredness. Diego quickly picks up his brother and carries him to the car while Verona films the sweet scene with her cell phone.
So you can enjoy the time until the next Christmas meeting!