Alvaro Morata and stunning wife put on brave faces on trip out with twins as couple plan to move house after horrifying raid

ALVARO MORATA and wife Alice Campello put on brave faces as they were spotted out in public together for the first time since armed robbers raided their home.

The couple were pictured in Ibiza yesterday on a family trip with their twin boys.



Campello was with babies Alessandro and Leonardo on Friday night along with the caretaker and housekeeper when their house was stormed.

Morata, 26, was away on international duty with Spain at the time, playing in the 4-1 win against Faroe Islands.

And now the £3.5million Madrid pad is up for sale with the family keen to start afresh in the Spanish capital this summer.

His wife took to Instagram to post an emotional message following the traumatic ordeal.

She wrote: "I'm still upset and I think I'll be afraid for a long time to come.

"I think this is one of those things that are not easily forgotten, one of those things that makes you realize how much love and life is worth.

"Knowing that you have your children at home and thinking they can touch them or do something to them is really inexplicable.

Everything they have been able to take is secondary when there is health in between, that's it, it's over, chapter closed and I hope they do not do it any more.

"Fortunately we are all well and could have been much worse.

"They have stolen so many memories but it's gone.

"Now I will try not to think about it and think about our family and try to forget.

"I send you a huge kiss and thank you very much for all the messages."

Morata is currently on loan at Atletico Madrid from Chelsea and has another full season left on his stay at the Wanda Metropolitano.

He played – and scored – against Sweden on Monday and is now off for the the summer.

The striker said he was thankful for the support he had received and that nobody was hurt in the incident.

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Sono ancora sconvolta e penso che rimarrò impaurita per molto tempo ancora. Penso che questa sia una di quelle cose che non si dimenticano facilmente, una di quelle cose che ti fa rendere conto di quanto valga l’amore e la vita. Sapere di avere i tuoi figli in casa e pensare che possano toccarli o fargli qualcosa è davvero inspiegabile…. Per fortuna stiamo tutti bene e sarebbe potuta andare molto peggio. Mi hanno rubato tanti ricordi ma è passato. Adesso proverò a non pensarci e pensare alla nostra famiglia e cercare di dimenticare.Vi mando un bacio enorme e grazie davvero per tutti i messaggi

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He said: "It's a scare, I want to thank all the people who have worried, at the service of the police and of all the means that have been put at our disposal.

"They are things that can happen, now to put more security measures and now we are on vacation so to enjoy them.

"Everything they have been able to take is secondary when there is health in between, that's it, it's over, chapter closed and I hope they do not do it any more."

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