Interview with Piers Morgan by Lilly Becker: “Our son would die to see him” – People

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Lilly Becker (45) spoke on Tuesday night on British TV presenter Piers Morgan (57) show “Piers Morgan Uncensored” about her husband and tennis legend’s prison sentence Boris Becker (54).

Leimen’s man was sentenced to two years and six months in jail in London on Friday for delaying bankruptcy.

Lilly and Boris Becker married in 2009 but separated after nine years. The relationship resulted in son Amadeus (12), who learned of his father’s prison sentence on Monday.

In the touching interview with Piers Morgan, Lilly, as a strong woman, made clear what her husband claims despite the separation in the most difficult phase of his life.

Lilly Becker talked about …

… the family situation: “I think it’s something personal to all of us. We are a big family. (…) We are all together now, his ex-wives, the children and his current girlfriend Lillian. The first thing we all did was contact us. and talking”.

Emotional Interview: Piers Morgan talks to Lilly Becker

Emotional Interview: Piers Morgan talks to Lilly BeckerPhoto: TalkTV

… the reason for the interview: “It’s difficult because everyone has an opinion on it. And rightly so. And I’m here to show everyone that strong women have their backs to him and I’m here not to speak for him but to protect him.”

… his quarrel with Boris’s girlfriend, Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro (33): “To this day I am super embarrassed. We will meet quite soon and I would like to apologize to her face to face, with Lilian. She was the first to contact me and ask me how Amadeus and I were. I thanked. We are fine. Then I called Barbara and I was fine. it was such an unspoken thing, let’s unite and protect this boy.

… the attraction of Boris: “He’s a great dad, a funny guy, honestly, and either you have that vibe or not. He has her. If you’ve met him, you know how charismatic he is. When you sit with him and he tells a story, you stay with him. He has these blue eyes and he’s just a charmer. “

Lilian was a great support for Boris and went hand-in-hand in the process with him every day

Lilian was a great support for Boris and went hand-in-hand in the process with him every dayPhoto: Alastair Grant / AP

… Boris’ first days in prison: “Lilian told me he was fine. He’s fine! I mean, it is clear this is not a five star hotel. You know he is ashamed. You know he is humiliated. The best path he can take now is to remain mentally strong and concentrated to get rid of this piece “.

… the moment when his son Amadeus learned of the prison sentence: “I wouldn’t wish that on anyone, telling a 12-year-old that his father has to go to jail. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. He just couldn’t understand it and still can’t. It breaks my heart, but it has me. made a lion mother because I think we have been through enough as a family. I ask for sympathy here. “

… Amadeus’ first visit to prison: “He can’t wait to see his dad. I just told a 12-year-old that his dad is in jail. The saddest part was that I couldn’t hold back because kids go on the Internet, on YouTube. But he has a great environment around him. to him who supports him. I told him that we all make mistakes “.

Shortly before the prison sentence, Boris said goodbye to his son Amadeus

Shortly before the prison sentence, Boris said goodbye to his son AmadeusPhoto:.

… the judgment: “I think it’s too difficult. Should there be a penalty? Anyway. Personally, sure, I’m biased, I’m part of the family, but I think two and a half years are too difficult.”

… his reaction after the verdict: “I collapsed completely. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing because I was convinced until the sentence that it would be less than two and a half years old. I had to get myself together and I didn’t know how to do it. Somehow I made it.”

… his last words to Boris: “I told him to see you next weekend if you want. Everything will be fine. So I sent him a heart. Of course I would like to visit him soon with my son, if Boris so wishes.

Boris Becker has been in Wandsworth, the second largest prison in town, on Friday. In the next few weeks or months he is expected to be transferred to another prison with a lower security level. After serving a year and three months in prison, Becker can spend the rest of the time on probation.

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