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F1 ace Nico Rosberg carries daughter Alaϊa on his shoulders during a family beach day


F1 ace Nico Rosberg is every inch the doting daddy as he carries daughter Alaϊa on his shoulders during a family beach day with wife Vivian in Spain

He retired from racing in 2017 and has spent the years since making the most of more quality time with his family.  

And Nico Rosberg looked every inch the doting daddy as he carried his daughter Alaϊa on his shoulders while strolling along the beach with wife Vivian and their youngest child Naila, four, in Formentera on Tuesday. 

The German-Finnish driver, 36, seemed in great spirits as he joined his family for a walk along the shore before hopping onto a speedboat. 

Sweet: Nico Rosberg carried his daughter Alaϊa on his shoulders while strolling along the beach with wife Vivian and their youngest child Naila, four, in Formentera on Tuesday

Nico kept things casual on the outing as he donned a plain grey T-shirt teamed with navy shorts, while he wore his phone on a lanyard to keep his hands free.

Looking every inch the beach babe as she walked by her husband’s side, Vivian, 36, looked radiant in a cropped white blouse and maxi skirt that she hitched up to flash her toned pins. 

The ice cream shop owner added to the glamour with a statement gold necklace, and also donned wayfarer shades.  

Sweet: The German-Finnish driver, 36, seemed in great spirits as he joined his family for a walk along the shore before hopping onto a speedboat

Sweet: The German-Finnish driver, 36, seemed in great spirits as he joined his family for a walk along the shore before hopping onto a speedboat

Glamorous: Looking every inch the beach babe as she walked by her husband's side, Vivian, 36, looked radiant in a cropped white blouse and maxi skirt that she hitched up

Glamorous: Looking every inch the beach babe as she walked by her husband’s side, Vivian, 36, looked radiant in a cropped white blouse and maxi skirt that she hitched up

Nico retired from motor racing shortly after winning the 2016 Formula One World Championship as he expressed his excitement at being able to spend more time with his family.   

‘I am pleased I now have time to spend more time with both my daughters and my wife Vivian. The challenges since my retirement have been exciting, but this has been by far the most exciting challenge of them all,’ he said.  

Nico further explained: ‘There was a time when my only mission in life was to win the championship. Now that it’s done, I can make more time for the other passions. 

‘It’s the ideal moment. Now the interaction starts – this is when it gets really fun and emotional. I’ll always need competition, that is ingrained in me.’

Low-key: Nico kept things casual on the outing as he donned a plain grey T-shirt teamed with navy shorts, while he wore his phone on a lanyard to keep his hands free

Low-key: Nico kept things casual on the outing as he donned a plain grey T-shirt teamed with navy shorts, while he wore his phone on a lanyard to keep his hands free

He concluded: ‘But I love my family very deeply. In my mind, I’m the luckiest man on the planet.’

Nico and Vivian welcomed their first child Alaϊa in 2015, and had daughter Naila in 2017, with Nico telling MailOnline after the birth: ‘Being the father to two beautiful little girls has been the best experience of my life so far.’ 

Nico first met Vivian when they were children, as Nico’s parents are friends with Vivian’s family.

Fun in the sun: The Rosbergs were also joined by some friends as they hopped into a speedboat to cruise around the seas in Spain

Fun in the sun: The Rosbergs were also joined by some friends as they hopped into a speedboat to cruise around the seas in Spain 

After drifting apart for several years, the pair reconnected in 2003 and soon became romantically involved, marrying in July 2014.

Before his retirement, Nico was sponsored as the Mercedes Benz driver on an £18million a year contract, and won the world champion F1, beating his rival British racer Lewis Hamilton.

Before that, Hamilton won the championship twice, in 2014 and 2015. The drivers – who grew up together racing go-karts – had a publicly turbulent relationship and clashed numerous times on track.

Family man: Nico retired from motor racing after the 2016 Formula One World Championship as he expressed his excitement at being able to spend more time with his family

Family man: Nico retired from motor racing after the 2016 Formula One World Championship as he expressed his excitement at being able to spend more time with his family

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