Meet Georgia McNeil: Joey Barton’s Wife and Kids

Georgia McNeil is the wife of Joey Barton an English professional football manager and former player who played as a midfielder. Georgia McNeil has four children with Joey Barton named, Cassius, born in 2011, Pietà, born in 2014, Penn, born in 2018 and Étienne, born in 2022. Let’s find out more about Georgia McNeil: Joey Barton’s wife.


How Old Is Georgia McNeil?

Georgia McNeil age is 35 years old, as of now. She and her husband are childhood friends and very close to each other. Her height is 1.75 m. She works as a fashion designer and stylist professionally. She is renowned for her spot trends and pay close attention to detail. Her fashion designs are equally amazing and they combine style and creativity.

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Georgia McNeil and Joey Barton wedding

Georgia McNeil and Joey Barton tied knot in a lavish ceremony at the Aynhoe Park country estate in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Couple has five children together. Joey, even with his reputation for being outspoken on social media, prefers to keep his partner and personal life out of the media.

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Joey Barton and Eni Aluko controversy 2024

Joey Barton regularly mend controversy by sharing his unpopular opinions online and recently caught with Eni Aluko in which she says the abuse she suffered as a result of Joey Barton’s social media posts left her fearing for her safety and frightened to leave home.

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Following Barton’s comparison of her and colleague ITV pundit Lucy Ward to serial killers Fred and Rose West, the former England striker announced she was taking legal action. Aluko, whom Barton also compared to Pol Pot and Joseph Stalin issued a warning about the risks of cyberbullying and expressed concern that it would cause a female broadcaster to commit suicide. She uploaded a video on her Instagram in which she said,

“Now, I’m open and honest and I’m human and I’m more than happy to admit that I’ve been scared this week. I’ve genuinely been scared this week. I didn’t leave my house until Friday and I’m now abroad. It’s really important to say that online abuse has a direct impact on your safety and how you feel and how safe you feel in real life. I’ve felt under threat this week.

I’ve felt like something is going to happen to me. And I don’t say that for anyone to feel sorry for me – I say that for people to understand the reality and the impact that hate speech has, the impact that racism has, the impact that sexism has, the impact that misogyny has on all of us females in the game, in sports broadcasting.

That’s the real impact – and it’s not an isolated incident, this is now showing up as a culture in the game, from certain fan bases and certain people. They’re creating a culture where people don’t want to go to work, people don’t want to leave their house, people feel under threat. Obviously there’s a big impact on mental health as well. If you come out and are racist, or sexist or misogynistic and threaten people online, there are laws for that, that govern that behaviour, so it’s not free.

There are consequences for that. And over the past week I’ve taken advice from lawyers and a course of action has now been decided upon. My fear, actually, is that the next time this happens, if we don’t really put a stop to this, is that that girl or that woman kills herself.

I’m not being hyperbolic about that when I say that it’s happened. Caroline Flack, God rest her soul, killed herself, largely because of the online abuse that she was getting. At what point are we going to understand that this needs to stop? Sexism, racism, misogyny is not an opinion. It’s not freedom of speech. It’s against the law. It’s as simple as that.”

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