Tiziri Dignea is a French-born beauty best known as the wife of Lucas Digne, a professional footballer with Aston Villa and the French national team. She was born in Lille. After completing her Bac ES, she went on to study law at the University of Lille. When Lucas played for PSG, she immediately signed up for her third year at EFAP Lyon, a communication school in Lyon, and completed her Erasmus during Lucas’ one-year stint with As Roma. Tiziri appeared in 2021 in TFX’s reality show “Champions, Families of Footballers”, which explored the daily lives of football players. Tiziri works as a fashion blogger.
|First and last name||Tiziri Dignea|
|Country of birth||France|
|Sexual orientation||Straight ahead|
|Number of children||2|
|Education||University of Lille|
|Date of birth||July 1, 1993|
|wedding date||December 27, 2014|
They have been together since they were 16.
Tiziri met her future husband Lucas in high school when they were 16 and have been together ever since. Lucas was a member of the Lille football club at the time. It didn’t take long for the couple to realize they were in a serious relationship. On December 27, 2014, a year after their engagement, they married husband and wife. The couple went to Italy in August 2015 after signing with AS Roma, and then to Barcelona in 2016. She had decided not to hire a nanny because she wanted to be always available for her children.
Tiziri is the delighted mother of two children, Isaho and Inhaya, who were born in April 2019 and January 2021 respectively. She needed a cesarean section for both of her children. She takes care of them all day long like a devoted mother. Tiziri said she didn’t want a babysitter because she wanted to be available for her children 24 hours a day, seven days a week. She wanted to be in charge of their education and watch them develop.
She informed them in advance that she would come across naturally if she agreed to participate in the program. She couldn’t arrive with her makeup or hair done. Tiziri and Lucas are close parents. She went on to explain that they make a great team. When daddy is playing his games, she has to take care of the kids alone.
She wants to dispel public prejudice about football players.
The main purpose of participating in reality television was to dispel people’s prejudices about the spouses of football players by showing their everyday life. When they hear “football woman” they immediately think of a plastic blonde who is on talent, she claims. She believes that everyone is free to do as they please and that stopping at appearances is a tragedy to hear. She does not believe that husbands of football players should always be well-dressed and well-trained with initiatives. They may feel smart because they have to have a degree and be well dressed all the time.
She has a very close relationship with her mother and sister.
Tiziri has a very close relationship with her mother and younger sister, almost like friends. The three spend most of their vacation together and often spend quality time together. She misses spending time with them, especially now that she’s a full-time mom.
She was involved in a terrifying situation that may have killed her and her family.
Tiziri, her husband Lucas and their son Isaho were flying to Manchester in April 2020 when after about 15 to 20 minutes they spotted two pilots taking gas masks and putting them on. She had no idea what was going on at the time. The plane then began to tilt to the right or left, which she said she couldn’t remember.
They were too terrified to ask anything, and the pilots hadn’t told them anything until one of them warned them of an emergency landing due to cabin depressurization and an engine failure. Thanks to God’s grace, the plane landed successfully on the ground.
Tiziri has been a stay at home mom after giving birth to her children, so we now know her husband’s net worth. He earned 12 trophies while playing for Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona. He was part of the French under-20 squad that won the 2013 World Cup. He made his senior debut in 2014 and has since gone on to represent his country in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 and UEFA Euro 2020. He played for Everton before joining Aston Villa on 13 January 2022. His extraordinary career had earned him a staggering net income of $20-$30 million.