Mikel Arteta showed up to the All or Nothing premiere with his glamorous wife Lorena Bernal.
The Arsenal manager is married to the Argentine model having met her all the way back in 2002. Bernal, who had moved to Spain when she was just a baby, is a multi-talented actress, who can speak three languages and has also worked as a TV presenter.
Bernal, 41, knows all about living life in the public eye, as she smiled to the cameras ahead of the first showing of episodes one and two in the documentary on Arsenal’s last season, where they missed out on the Champions League by a whisker.
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The Amazon Prime Video cameras followed the squad through the highs and lows of last season and some players even admitted that they had forgotten they were even there at some points.
Some of the players in the audience included Takehiro Tomiyasu, Rob Holding and Kieran Tierney, all turning up to see which moments had made the cut at Islington Assembly Hall, north London.
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“You forget about the cameras instantly because you don't see anything,' admitted defender Ben White via the Daily Mail. “They are all up in the ceilings, in the walls, everywhere. Sometimes you see a bit of movement and you know they are following you.”
Most of the early footage from the opening series focused on Arteta's struggle to help his team recover after their poor form at the start of the last campaign. In one clip – which has already done the rounds on social media – Arteta blasts Liverpool's anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone' across the London Colney training ground so the players can get used to the fervent atmosphere at Liverpool.
Smith Rowe admitted that he appreciated the inventive ways Arteta prepares for his side. “It is stuff we have not had before,' said the midfielder. “It is motivation, it gives us the energy to go and perform. That is really important for us.”
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