Boris Becker's girlfriend takes trip to the beach with tennis icon's son Amadeus despite desperate plea from mum Lilly
LILLY BECKER'S public plea to the girlfriend of estranged husband Boris not to touch her son on holiday appeared to fall on deaf ears.
The 44-year-old hit out at Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro for touching Amadeus while they were soaking up the sun in Ibiza.
Boris, a three-time Wimbledon champion, whisked Lilian and ten-year-old son Amadeus on holiday despite the coronavirus pandemic.
After pictures emerged of Lilian bonding with Amadeus, Lilly furiously wrote on social media: "Let me put it his way so you understand: during the period of #corona!
"You're the 2nd girl within 7months to make breakfast – pizza- pancakes for my son!
"No girl – as a mother please respect my son and go take pics with @borisbeckerofficial in your cute bikini and your fabulous body but I beg you step away from my son!
"Have a fab holiday – without touching my kid! He's off limits! Period!!"
But it appears Lilian has taken little notice after spending another day on a busy beach.
As they sit under a sun lounger, Lilian can be seen helping Amadeus put on his t-shirt as they appeared to have little care in the world.
Lilian flaunted her terrific figure in a red bikini while Boris looked relaxed in his holiday attire.
Model Lilly and tennis legend Becker separated in 2018 after nine years of marriage and had son Amadeus in 2010.
They also have a 20-year-old son together called Elias.
The ex-tennis pro was previously dating model Yoana Montero after being linked with another catwalk star in 32-year-old Layla Powell last year.
The former world No1 has two further children with two different women – eldest Noah, 26, with ex Barbara and daughter Anna Ermakova, 20, with Angela Ermakova.
Boris and Lilly spent 13 years together before going their separate ways two years ago and are thought to be close to finalising a divorce.
It is not the first time the pair have been caught up in a row over son Amadeus after reaching an agreement in 2019 after a family court dispute.
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