Meet Thierry Henry’s children: Téa, Tatiana, Gabriel, and Tristan

Nancy Marende

In 2021, Thierry Henry quit his job as the head coach of Montreal Impact FC. He penned an emotional letter to the team, citing family reasons, whereby he could not see his children because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thierry Henry missed his children, but this was not the first time he was emotional about not seeing his children.

Thierry uses his knowledge of football to offer analysis of UEFA Champions League matches every Tuesday and Wednesday on CBS Sports. His public life has been under scrutiny since he joined Arsenal FC, transferred to Barcelona, and set records yet to be broken.

But one thing people do not know about Thierry Henry is that he has four children from two different women. So, who are Thierry Henry’s children?

Thierry Henry’s relationship timeline and marriage

Thierry Henry first married Claire Merry in 2003. Two years later, they welcomed their first child. Unfortunately, the marriage ended in divorce in 2008.

Around 2006, rumours spread that Thierry Henry was in a fling with Chloe Walton. The relationship could have been the reason for his marital problems with Claire Merry. However, that relationship was never confirmed and remained to be a rumour.

But before his divorce from Claire Merry was final, Thierry Henry went on dates with make-up artist Sadie Hewlett. However, the relationship ended the same year in 2008.

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After that, Henry entered into a relationship with Bosnian model Andrea Rajacic. However, the two are not officially married but enjoy their life together.

Téa Henry is Thierry Henry’s firstborn child

Tea is the most famous among Thierry Henry's children
Thierry Henry’s ex-wife Claire Merry and their daughter Tea Henry Image: Getty Images

Téa Henry was born on 27 May 2005. She is the daughter of Thierry Henry and Claire Merry.

Claire Merry was born in 1980 in Croydon, London, England. She was a model when the two met in the early 2000s. Furthermore, she worked as an actress and appeared in The Fifth Element (1997), portraying a VIP Stewardess.

Thierry Henry and Claire Merry married on 5 July 2003. Unfortunately, Téa’s parents divorced when she was three years old.

That forced Thierry Henry’s daughter to live with her mother in England while her father moved to Spain to play for La Liga club FC Barcelona.

Although they have appeared in public many times, Thierry Henry only sees her daughter a few times because of his divorce arrangement with his ex-wife.

Thierry Henry has three children with Andrea Rajacic

When Thierry Henry divorced his first wife, Claire Merry, he paid her close to £10 million. But since they had separated in 2007, awaiting the finality of their divorce, he met Bosnian model Andrea Rajacic.

Thierry Henry and his girlfriend, Andrea Rajacic.
Thierry Henry and Andrea Rajacic. Image: Getty Images

Andrea Rajacic was born on 30 November 1986 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She worked as a model and ran a full-service production and creative planning agency called New York Issue.

Thierry Henry and Andrea Rajacic started dating officially in 2008. In 2012, they welcomed their first child, Tristan Henry.

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On 17 August 2015, Thierry Henry and Andrea Rajacic welcomed their second child, Tatiana Henry.

Thierry Henry’s fourth child is Gabriel Henry. He was born in 2016.

Andrea Rajacic and Thierry Henry are not married

Thierry Henry and Andrea Rajacic have been together for 15 years. Despite being together for all this time, the couple are not officially married.

Nevertheless, their arrangement works, unlike before when he married Claire Merry, and the marriage ended within three years.

How many sons does Thierry Henry have?

Thierry Henry has two sons, Tristan and Gabriel Henry. Their mother is Andrea Rajacic.

It is unknown whether Thierry Henry’s son, Tristan, or his younger brother, Gabriel, will follow in their father’s footsteps and become footballers.

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