Manchester City footballer Kevin De Bruyne enjoys a romantic date night with wife Michele Lacroix

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Manchester City footballer Kevin De Bruyne stands out in a crisp white top as he enjoys a romantic date night with glamorous wife Michele Lacroix

Kevin De Bruyne cut a sharp figure on Sunday night as he enjoyed a dinner date with glamorous wife Michele Lacroix at Sexy Fish in London.

The Manchester City and Belgium football star, 31, stood out in a crisp white top, which he teamed with black trousers and black lace-up trainers.

Meanwhile, his spouse, 28, dressed to impress in a coordinating look, slipping into a loose-fitting off-white jacket which she wore over a slinky mini dress studded with diamonds.

Looking good: Kevin De Bruyne cut a sharp figure on Sunday night as he enjoyed a dinner date with glamorous wife Michele Lacroix at Sexy Fish in London

Looking good: Kevin De Bruyne cut a sharp figure on Sunday night as he enjoyed a dinner date with glamorous wife Michele Lacroix at Sexy Fish in London

The beauty boosted her height with a pair of towering white platform boots.

Michele finished off her dinner look with a shimmering pearl necklace and a glamorous palette of make-up, while her blonde locks were worn in soft waves.

The couple looked in good spirits as they linked arms during the outing, as they enjoyed a night off from parenting duties.

Kevin and Michele were joined by their children Mason, six, Rome, three, and Suri, 22 months.

Style: Meanwhile, his spouse, 28, dressed to impress in a coordinating look, slipping into a loose-fitting off-white jacket which she wore over a slinky mini dress studded with diamonds

Style: Meanwhile, his spouse, 28, dressed to impress in a coordinating look, slipping into a loose-fitting off-white jacket which she wore over a slinky mini dress studded with diamonds

The couple tied the knot back in 2016 after the Belgium international proposed under the Eiffel Tower during a romantic trip to Paris.

Michele often documents the couple’s travels and family life on her Instagram where she boasts over 350,000 followers.

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The outing comes after Kevin admitted he fears football’s rules will continue to ignore the welfare of players, as he prepares for another marathon season for club and country.

The Manchester City star’s appearance in Belgium’s 1-1 draw with Wales in June was his 52nd of the 2021-22 campaign, and he could play about 80 next term if City perform well at home and abroad, and Belgium go close in the World Cup .

Romance: The couple tied the knot back in 2016 after the Belgium international proposed under the Eiffel Tower during a romantic trip to Paris

Romance: The couple tied the knot back in 2016 after the Belgium international proposed under the Eiffel Tower during a romantic trip to Paris

Kevin recently described the Nations League as ‘unimportant’ and highlighted the lack of rest for top players, which he estimated would amount to three weeks in 12 months.

‘I know nothing is going to change,’ he said. ‘I have played three games at the top of my physical level in the Nations League for Belgium so physically I am fine. But it just doesn’t make any sense.

‘You are never going to play 79, 80 games. It’s not possible.

‘But it’s not only playing games, it’s the training, it’s the travelling, it’s everything. Sometimes you go away and travel but you don’t play. It’s even exhausting.

‘With the Nations League, I can understand why you want to eliminate the friendly games but sometimes it is also a good chance for other players to get an opportunity.

‘I feel playing the Nations League for a lot of countries gives less opportunity (to fringe players) because the tournament feels a little bit more important than it actually is. Then maybe other guys can get a break.’

Worries: The outing comes after Kevin admitted he fears football's rules will continue to ignore the welfare of players, as he prepares for another marathon season for club and country

Worries: The outing comes after Kevin admitted he fears football’s rules will continue to ignore the welfare of players, as he prepares for another marathon season for club and country

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