Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova Reveal the Name of their Daughter



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Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova Reveal the Name of their Daughter

Pop star Enrique Iglesias and former Russian tennis superstar Anna Kournikova have revealed the name for their 5-week-old daughter. They have named the latest addition to their family Mary. The couple already have twins - Nicholas and Lucy, who are 2 years old.

Mary was born in January but the news of her birth was under wraps until last month. The girl's name is Mary - or Masha in Russian -- as Kournikova is from Russia. While Kournikova has not spoken to the press since the birth, Iglesias has revealed some details about their domestic life.

He said he was worried about the twins reaction to their new sibling but everything has been going on smoothly. 'There's a two year difference, so I was a little scared. I was like, "How are they going to react?" And I have two dogs so my house is chaotic.

When we first came home with Masha, I was like, "Oh, how is everybody going to react?"' Iglesias said he also received parenting advice from fellow Latin pop star Ricky Martin, with whom he is doing a joint arena tour.

Enrique said: 'We were talking about that, you know, like being on the road with kids. Ricky was giving me some advice. It's tough. It's tough, but it's doable. Obviously, we're fortunate enough that if we want to do it, we can do it.'

You're not going to separate me from my children.' Kournikova was a former Top 10 singles player and former No. 1 in doubles. Although she never won a singles title, she did reach No. 8 in the world in 2000. With Martina Hingis, she won Grand Slam doubles titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002, and the WTA Championships in 1999 and 2000.

She retired at the age of 21 due to serious back and spinal problems, including a herniated disk. Since retiring she has appeared as a trainer on the television show The Biggest Loser, and also serves as a Global Ambassador for Population Services International's "Five & Alive" program, which addresses health crises facing children under the age of five and their families.