Emma Hayes has not mentioned her baby father to the world yet and kept him out of the limelight.
Hayes is an English professional football manager who has also been able to get an MBE on her name.
Who Is Emma Hayes Baby Father?
There is no information about who Emma’s baby’s father is on the internet yet.
However, Emma certainly has a son whom she has named Harry and has been taking care of the child on her own.
To our fans. This trophy is for you all. I love this team @ChelseaFCW .
@MarenMjelde you are one of our own and I wouldn’t go to battle without you. We’ve got your back 💙. To my mumma, thank you for all you do for us all x bittersweet feeling tonight x pic.twitter.com/np4vkZQaKC
— Emma Hayes MBE (@emmahayes1) March 14, 2021
This football manager was pregnant with twins in 2018, but one of the twins. However, one of her children named Albie died after 28 days after his birth.
She gave birth to both of them on May 17, 2018, and is currently living as a single mother of Harry.
Currently, there is no news of Emma being pregnant as she has already given birth to her children in 2018.
Emma Hayes Husband And Partner Revealed
Hayes has not revealed anything about her partner or husband.
Moreover, it is also not known whether she had ever married anyone till today.
All we can know about her is she had a relationship with someone who made her the mother of Harry and that person is not introduced to the world by Emma.
Therefore, we can not say whether she had a boyfriend or that she was married and got divorced and also she may still be married and decided to keep her husband confidential.
Emma Hayes Family
Hayes has not disclosed much information about her family.
However, it is known that she belongs to a British family and she also has two sisters named Rebecca (younger), and Victoria (elder).
This Chelsea manager was born on October 18, 1976, which makes her current age to be 44 years. Moreover, she was born in Camden, London, England.
Emma attended Liverpool Hope University, from where she graduated in 1999 and started her career as a manager of the Long Island Lady Riders between 2001 and 2003.
In August 2018, Hayes was selected as the manager of Chelsea FC women club where she replaced Liverpool-bound Matt Beard.
On her management, Chelsea Women Club played their first-ever Champions League final but unfortunately lost 4-0 to Barcelona Femini on May 16, 2020.