Natalia Becker is a big Liverpool supporter and is regularly seen supporting her husband Alisson at games and tonight saw her return to Anfield.
Natalia, who has recently given birth to the couple’s second child Mateo, shared a series of videos from the Reds clash with Norwich.
At the start of the game she shared a rousing rendition of the stadium singing YNWA, as everyone held their scarves in the air and the players assembled on the pitch.
Natalia then shared a snap of the packed terraces and said: “We’re back” before sharing a photo of the stands transformed into the Champions League trophy.
Mum-of-two Natalia travelled to all of the Reds away fixtures in Europe last season, as they fought to win the Champions League.
She was accompanied by Larissa Firmino and Rebeca Tavares with the Brazilian Wags calling themselves the “trio.”
And Rebeca also shared a video of herself at the game, captioning it: “Glad to be back home.”
Recently, Natalia shared a photo of her breastfeeding Mateo in support of world breastfeeding week.
Alisson and his wife are ambassadors for the World Health Organisation (WHO) and want to tell people about the benefits of breastfeeding.
Natalia and the WHO shared a series of black and white snaps of her breastfeeding her youngest son.
Alongside the pictures Natalia said: “World Breastfeeding week! #Breastfeeding offers all children the best start to life. We are happy to be able to give this gift to our children, Helena and Matteo.
“WHO recommends babies are exclusively breastfed for six months and continued for up to two years or beyond.”
Alisson and his wife, Dr Natalia Loewe Becker, a medical doctor and health advocate from Brazil, were named WHO goodwill ambassadors for health promotion in May of this year.
They are set to ‘promote healthier lives, stronger health workforces and improved mental health globally’.
Natalia said the pair want to use the opportunity to help promote health in their hometowns in Brazil and globally.
She said: “Alisson and I come from Brazil and our hometowns are examples where we can have an important effect when we dedicate our energies to promote health to our people in Brazil and all over the world.”
Alisson added: “We are determined to work with you to promote health for all and to motivate the football community.
“Through this partnership, we can achieve great things to help others.”
The World Health Organisation said: “Being a parent is the most important job in the world and we are happy that our goodwill ambassadors @natalialbecker and @alissonbecker are making sure their children have the best start to life with #breastfeedin #WorldBreastfeedingWeek .