And “AFP” quoted Walter Rotondo, 39, as saying that he had never met Maradona, but 10 years ago he sent him a picture of his twin from a previous relationship, explaining that his choice of the two names is a tribute to him.
Maradona had responded by sending a picture of him holding a picture of Mara and Donna, prompting Walter to tattoo it on his back.
Since then, Walter has dreamed of having a baby and naming him Diego, with his two sisters, Mara (and) Donna, and when his girlfriend Victoria, who is also a Maradona fan, despite her lack of interest in football, they agreed to give birth to the child through a caesarean section on Memorial Day. .
Indeed, Rotondo confirmed Thursday evening that the child “Diego Amado” (Diego’s beloved) was actually born in the afternoon in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires. He is a beautiful baby boy who weighs 4.05 kilograms and is as healthy as his mother, and will join his two sisters on Sunday in the family home.
“It’s a day when a lot of people are sad about (the death) of Maradona, and I am also sad, but (the birth of his son) changes things a lot,” he said.
“For me, November 25 will always be the anniversary of the death of Diego (Maradona), but it will also be my son’s birthday in the future,” he concluded.