Shakira's longtime partner Gerard Piqué and their son Milan recite the "1899" FC Barcelona chant in an Instagram video posted by FC Barcelona player Piqué

December 29, 2016 03:10 PM

“Lo, lo, lo, Futbol Club Barcelona!”

On Wednesday, FC Barcelona centre-back Gerard Piqué shared a clip of himself and Milan, his 3½-year-old son with longtime partner Shakira, singing the “1899” chant to support his team.

“Mil vuit cents noranta nou, neix el club que porto al cor,” Milan starts in the Catalan language before his dad, 29, joins in for the rest of the song.

“Blaugrana són els colors. Futbol Club Barcelona,” the twosome sing. “Lo, lo, lo, lo-lo-loooo.”

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Shakira, 39, shared her own FC Barcelona-related video recently, which depicted the FCBEscola Barcelona boys’ team on a bus, jamming out to her and Carlos Vives‘ hit “La Bicecleta” while celebrating.

“Los jugadores de la FCBEscola Barcelona celebrando su participación en el Torneo Las Américas con La Bicicleta!” she wrote, which in English translates to “The FCBEscola Barcelona players celebrating their participation in the Tournament Las Américas with ‘La Bicecleta’!”

The Colombian singer has one other son with Piqué: 23-month-old Sasha, who recently had a health scare but is now fully recovered and was able to join the rest of his family to honor his dad at the Estrella Catalan Sports Awards in November.

The entertainer has been open in the past about how seriously she takes her job as a mom, as well as the difficulties of motherhood.

“I’m one of those tiger moms, who is all the time looking for help and information online and researching and reading. It’s not easy to be a mother,” she said in 2015.

“Love is the most crucial thing. It’s what really will help them thrive later on in life … That is the question that I ask myself every day when I wake up. ‘Am I making my kids feel loved?’ ” she added. “This is the daily bread in my life. The everlasting question mark … because I know that that is going to be the most vital component and sense of security in life.”

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