London, Apr 9 : Boris Becker, who has certainly been having a jolly good time with his family in Miami, was spotted relaxing with his youngest son Amadeus and wife Sharlely `Lilly' Kerssenber on a sun lounger over the weekend.
The legendary tennis player affectionately patted his fair-haired two-year-old on the head as the trio enjoyed some special family time together.
The family were also joined by Der Bomber's children from his first marriage to actress Barbara Feltus, the Daily Mail reported.
The 44-year-old posted a picture of his sons 18-year-old Noah and Elias, 12, playing with their half brother Amadeus.
The famed tennis player proudly referred to them as "the Becker Boys".
Later the family enjoyed more fun time together at their hotel pool.
And Amadeus had a ball playing with a toy under the watchful eye of his mother.
The glamorous Dutch model looked stunning in a barely there bikini as she went for a paddle in the surf.
And no doubt six-time Grand Slam champion Boris was smiling when he saw how his wife since 2009 was showing off her fantastic physique.
The shapely 35-year-old even managed to pull off that most difficult of beachwear challenges - making a non-matching top and bottoms look good.
She wore a multicoloured strapless number, which she daringly coupled with a separate black piece.
The leggy brunette was once again joined by Becker and her stepson Elias at the beach.
And the tennis ace was clearly impressed with his wife''s physique as he took to Twitter to pay her a compliment.
Becker posted his own picture up of Lilly showing off her impressively toned behind, alongside the words "What can I say..."
He also posted a picture up of Elias, the view of the beach and another of Lilly cuddling one of her friends as she covered up a bit more in a white kaftan and hat. (ANI)
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