Lionel Messi frolics in sea with his stunning new wife  Antonella Roccuzzo on their honeymoon… before playfully throwing sand at her

LIONEL MESSI continues to enjoy his glamorous honeymoon with his stunning wife Antonella Roccuzzo and his young family.

The Argentine's Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez also chilled out on the pristine beach with his wife Sofia but their relaxed mood was interrupted when Messi playfully chucked sand at his wife.





Anotenella did not back down to her husband as she stood up and launched a clump of sand back at the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.

The two both had beaming smiles on their faces as they had a sand fight on the beach in front Suarez and his wife.

The Argentine couple are currently celebrating their wedding which was billed the country’s ‘wedding of the century’ by relaxing on the Caribbean island St Bart’s.

While kicking back at the beach, Messi, Roccuzzo, Suarez and Sofia all sipped from hollowed out pineapples as they took a dip in the sea.

Messi was pictured paddleboarding as he also helped his two sons Thiago and Mateo into the water.

There is also a picture of Messi and Suarez both sat on the paddleboard together as they wind down in the Caribbean.





The pair enjoyed the wedding with over 250 friends and family while a host of Barcelona stars from past and present were in attendance.

The Barcelona superstar and Roccuzzo had to have the bride’s dress flown in on a private jet from Spain.

It was reported guests had mobile phones banned, while staff were sworn to secrecy and over 450 police officers were brought in to manage the situation.



Messi met Roccuzzo when they were just 13 years old.

One of his team-mates, Andres Iniesta did not attend the wedding, while Gerard Pique’s partner Shakira performed as part of the evening’s entertainment.

Messi chose not to invite former boss Luis Enrique and his assistant Juan Carlos Unzue.

Also no members of the Barca board were invited due to a long-running rift between former president Joan Laporta and current president Josep Maria Bartomeu.


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