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The first photo was shared by Kournikova, 36, who posted a photo of herself holding one of her children. The baby is gripping a red and blue ball with the words "2018 Russia" written on it. Her little one is smiling and generally being adorable while rooting for mama's home country.
The second pic was shared by her musician husband, Iglesias, 42, who posted his own photo on Instagram. In it, the hunky singer held one of his five-month-old babies atop his shoulders, where a match could be seen playing on the screen behind him. Draped over his left shoulder was a not-so-subtle shout-out to Spain, in the form of a red blanket imprinted with the county's name.
So far both of their teams are advancing, with Spain tying Portugal with a score of 3-3, and Russia dominating Saudi Arabia 5-0. Thus far the family can root for their own teams but it is anyone's guess as to what will happen when one of them loses a match. Chaos? Mayhem? More baby photos?
Iglesias and his tennis star wife, Kournikova, have been a couple since 2001. The media was largely unaware that she was even pregnant until the couple announced the birth of their children, Nicholas and Lucy, in December of last year.
The long-time partners play their relationship so close to the vest that many fans questioned whether the couple is still together. But surprise! They appear to be thriving.
The pair has confused their followers for years, as they have made fans wonder if they were secretly getting married or breaking up. The athlete has sported different sizes and styles of diamonds on her ring finger throughout the years, though there is no evidence that the two are even engaged.
Kournikova told PEOPLE in 2008 that she would never get married, and told Women's Health in 2011 that she wanted to have children. Many couples are choosing to move forward in their relationships without marriage, and that seems to be working out just fine for Kournikova and Inglesias.
Congrats to the couple on their beautiful babies and good luck to each of their teams during the rest of the World Cup!