Inside the family weekend of former Liverpool footballer Andy Carroll and his wife Billi Mucklow as they take in the culture at a French medieval festival
Carroll showed his family around his new area on a tour.Last week, the seasoned attacker unexpectedly moved to Amiens from League One Reading.
Carroll, 34, made his debut for his new team on Saturday, playing in the last 24 minutes of Guingamp’s 4-1 victory.
The happy family headed downtown to witness the game and do some sightseeing.
They will have been ecstatic to hear that the previous day there had been a medieval celebration in Amiens.”Medievales au Bord de l’Eau” celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, and Carroll and Billi’s visit to the area couldn’t have come at a better moment.
The city’s banks of the Somme river were packed with revelers costumed in medieval garb.
Armor in the medieval style was a vogue choice.
Others had shields and swords in their possession.As part of the festivities, rivals even attempted to push each other off their boats, drawing a sizable audience of spectators.
Billi shared a number of pictures from their incredible weekend on Instagram.
In one, she and Carroll were pictured together in the center of the city, grinning.
Others had kids creating eerie S’mores.
The children also posed for pictures at a neighboring church.
As they observed the festivities below from a bridge above the Somme River.
The kids rode a carousel because they were so happy.
The mother of Carroll’s two children, Lucas, 12, and Emilie Rose, 13, is her former girlfriend.
Together, he and his spouse Billi are parents to three children: Marvel (age 2), Wolf (age 5), and Arlo (age 8).Reading was dropped from the Championship last year despite having a striker on the team.
He made the decision to leave the Madejski and begin a new life in France after starting their first two League One games of the season.