Kyle Walker Stabs Mother Of His Three Children In The Back Over Secret Love Child

Kyle Walker Secret Love Child

The heartbroken childhood sweetheart of Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has revealed her agony over his ‘obscene’ infidelity and secret love child in an emotional interview.

In what Annie Kilner considers to have left her feeling ‘dead inside’, the 30-year-old City right-back cheated on her with influencer Lauryn Goodman, who subsequently gave birth to a baby boy.

The heartbroken ex has now revealed her devastation over his actions, but admitted that she has considered taking the England international back despite the betrayal.

In an interview with The Sun, Annie said: “What he has done to me and our children is obscene. I can’t begin to put it into words.

Annie Kilner
Annie Kilner, Mother Of Kyle Walker's Three Children

“In late March last year he was unfaithful with a reality TV star. I found out a month later and was broken by it. He begged me to take him back but by July he was at it again.

“Not even three months later and someone was pregnant. My youngest was one. Who does that?

“I don’t know what my thoughts or feelings are any more. I feel dead inside. Each day is filled with pain.

“I don’t think I’ll ever be the same again because of what he’s done. It makes me really sad that I’ve been damaged so badly when I’ve done nothing to deserve it.

“I love Kyle dearly and I’ll always love him, but to do this to me . . . after three kids?

“I’ve tried to hate him but how can I hate the man my kids love so much? Before the infidelity he was my best friend, my soulmate. I could count on him for anything.

“But none of what I thought we had feels real because he stabbed me in the back.”

Walker declined to comment when Daily Star Sport approached his representatives, and Annie thinks the public need to remember that despite his fame, he is still a human being.

Annie continued: “I don’t know what he was searching for. I don’t think he’s addicted to sex. And he says he doesn’t know why.

“Did he like the risk of getting caught? I don’t know how people do it.

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“That guilt, the feeling of doing something wrong would eat me up. But what people need to remember is he’s a human being.”

This article was most recently revised and updated 3 years ago

Efe Bridget is a writer at GoalBall. She is a graduate of Mass Communication with 12 years of experience working with reputable publications.


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