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Monday 20 October 2014

Julio: I've not met Enrique's girl

Enrique Iglesias hasn't introduced his girlfriend to his dad

Julio Iglesias has claimed he has never met his son Enrique's girlfriend Anna Kournikova.

Pop singer Enrique has been dating the former tennis star for around 12 years, but his famous dad said he had yet to get an introduction.

Latin crooner Julio told the Daily Mirror: "You know I have to tell the truth, I have never met Anna. Yes, my wife, and my kids and his brothers have, but I have never met her, no, no, never."

"I don't know how comes," he continued.

"My kids are very independent and it is difficult to see Enrique because he is all over the world.

"But Anna is very beautiful - they have good taste my kids."

Julio is now 70 but revealed he will "never retire". He will be performing in the UK in May.

"I am in my prime time, I am singing better than ever," he said.

"My blood runs in my body when I go on stage, it runs so strong, it is impossible to leave something when it gives you so much passion.

"I really think I have the biggest thing on earth, to be able to reach people. This is why I can't wait to come back to the UK and see the British people. I just want to be able to return so I can thank them."

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