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LILLY BECKER'S public plea to the girlfriend of estranged husband Boris not to touch her son on holiday appeared to fall on deaf ears.

The 44-year-old hit out at Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro for touching Amadeus while they were soaking up the sun in Ibiza.

7Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro showed off her figure on the beachCredit: IMP Features/SA 7Lilian was warned by Boris' estranged wife not to touch son AmadeusCredit: IMP Features/SA

Boris, a three-time Wimbledon champion, whisked Lilian and ten-year-old son Amadeus on holiday despite the coronavirus pandemic.

After pictures emerged of Lilian bonding with Amadeus, Lilly furiously wrote on social media: "Let me put it his way so you understand: during the period of #corona!

"You're the 2nd girl within 7months to make breakfast - pizza- pancakes for my son!

"No girl - as a mother please respect my son and go take pics with @borisbeckerofficial in your cute bikini and your fabulous body but I beg you step away from my son!

"Have a fab holiday - without touching my kid! He's off limits! Period!!"

But it appears Lilian has taken little notice after spending another day on a busy beach.

As they sit under a sun lounger, Lilian can be seen helping Amadeus put on his t-shirt as they appeared to have little care in the world.

Lilian flaunted her terrific figure in a red bikini while Boris looked relaxed in his holiday attire.

Model Lilly and tennis legend Becker separated in 2018 after nine years of marriage and had son Amadeus in 2010.

They also have a 20-year-old son together called Elias.

The ex-tennis pro was previously dating model Yoana Montero after being linked with another catwalk star in 32-year-old Layla Powell last year.

7The group enjoyed a sun-soaked break in IbizaCredit: IMP Features/SA 7Lilian was given a harsh warning by Lilly BeckerCredit: IMP Features/SA 7Boris whisked his loved ones away to IbizaCredit: IMP Features/SA 7Lilian and Boris have only recently started datingCredit: IMP Features/SA 7Boris and Lilly broke up in 2018 after a nine-year marriageCredit: Getty - Contributor Most read in TennisLIL ISSUEBoris Becker's estranged wife begs his new girlfriend to 'step away from my son'PicturedTENNIS ELBOWBoris Becker shows off growth on arm from elbow injury while on Ibiza yachtNICE TAN 'LINETennis ace Caroline Wozniacki stuns as she bares all for beach photoshoot

The former world No1 has two further children with two different women - eldest Noah, 26, with ex Barbara and daughter Anna Ermakova, 20, with Angela Ermakova.

Boris and Lilly spent 13 years together before going their separate ways two years ago and are thought to be close to finalising a divorce.

It is not the first time the pair have been caught up in a row over son Amadeus after reaching an agreement in 2019 after a family court dispute.

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Tom Brady listed his Massachusetts mansion last fall and left the New England Patriots as a free agent a few months later, and Philip Rivers put his California home up for sale about the same time he and the Los Angeles Chargers made their offseason split official.

© Matt Barker/Max Broock Realtors The home of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford at 1867 Long Pointe Drive in Bloomfield Twp. is on sale for $6.5 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom lakefront home features 12,295 square feet, including 7,720 above ground.

But Stafford, in his first media appearance since the day before he listed his house for sale in May, insisted Tuesday that his real estate dealings have no correlation with his desire to stay in Detroit.

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"It has nothing to do with my tenure here or how long I’ve been here, how long I want to be here," Stafford said. "I don’t know how many times I got to tell you guys I want to be here as long as I can. But it has nothing to do with that, I promise."

Stafford said he has not sold the home, which sits on 1.27 acres of lakefront property in Bloomfield Township and includes a glass elevator and indoor half basketball court made of flooring the Detroit Pistons played on at the Pontiac Silverdome.

"I’m sure you guys would report it if I had (sold it)," he said. "Are you looking to make an offer?"

Kelly Stafford wrote in an Instagram post in May that the couple was selling their house to get away from the water.

The Staffords have four kids under age 4, including a newborn. They bought a house in California last year and own a home in Atlanta with a pool.

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Entering his 12th NFL season, Stafford, the No. 1 pick of the 2009 NFL draft, is the most prolific passer in Lions history but has yet to lead the team to a playoff victory.

He was the subject of trade speculation early this offseason, though Lions general manager Bob Quinn quickly shot down the rumors.

Asked why they were moving, Stafford, who has two years left on his contract after this season, said it was a "family matter, that’s all."

"I think Kelly put something out there," he said. "You guys can just ride with that."

Contact Dave Birkett at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @davebirkett. Read more on the Detroit Lions and sign up for our Lions newsletter.

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