Linde Van Bijlen - Who Is Wout Faes Wife?

by Pragya Mon Mar 11 2024 Updated On Tue Mar 12 2024
Linde Van Bijlen - Who Is Wout Faes Wife?

Linde Van Bijlen is the wife of Belgian footballer Wout Faes

Linde enrolled in Sint-Jan Berchmanscollege Mol in 2010 and graduated in 2017, specializing in human sciences. 

She then enrolled in Thomas More University of Applied Sciences in 2017 for her bachelor's degree. 

She graduated in 2020 with a specialization in Office Management - Languages and Communication. 

She enrolled in VIVES University of Applied Sciences in 2020 and graduated in 2022 with a business management degree in Marketing specializing in Marketing Communication.

Talking about her work experiences, she worked as a Communication trainee for DM&S from March 2019 to April 2019. 

She then worked for KBC Bank & Insurance as a trainee for four months, i.e., from February 2020 to May 2020.

She speaks four languages, including French, English, Spanish, and Dutch. 

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Married life of Linde 

Linde has been married to Wout since April 2022. The couple resides in Rutland, a largely rural area which is 30 minutes drive east of Leicester

Her father-in-law revealed that when Wout is not playing in the Premier League or World Cup, he loves to spend time with his wife and go fishing when he is home. 

However, the wet weather in the summer restricts his time by the water. So, he sits in his garden at Seagrave.

About Linde’s husband, Wout

Wout is a professional football player. He currently plays for EFL championship club Leicester City in the position of centre-back. 

He was born to his parents, Dirk Faes and Carine Faes, in 1998. He celebrated his birthday on April 3. He is a Belgian citizen by nationality.

Linde's husband, Wout Faes.
Linde's husband, Wout Faes. Source: Instagram

Age and Net Worth

Her husband, Wout, is 25 years old. He has the net worth of $5 Million. His source of income is football. 

Wout’s experience in the World Cup 

Wout talked about his European Championship U17 World Cup in an interview. 

He represented his country, Belgium, in the championship and managed to reach the semi-finals. He was captain of his team. 

He said that his teammates were his friends and that he had a really great connection with each and every one of them. 

During their gameplay in the championship, they had unity on the field, which led them to reach the semifinals. 

Also he felt that luck somehow helped his team to get there because it’s necessary to be fortunate during big game plays. 

He felt really proud to represent and play for his country, and it was an unforgettable experience for him.

Wout is into history? 

Wout is interested in reading. He opened up that he doesn’t study at all but does have a huge interest in reading. 

He enjoys reading books, and history, economics, and languages are his fields of interest. 

He finds boring books interesting, and among economics, language, and history, he is more drawn toward history. 

When he gave the interview, he also opened up about the book that he was reading at that time, and it was World Atlas of History. 

He loves learning about the history and prehistory of particular things, so he gives more attention to history. 

He said that he spends most of his spare time reading, and when he doesn’t do that, he feels kind of dumb. 

Wout has a great sense of humor. 

Wout did some Q&A with Serine Ayari and a couple of therapists in an episode with The Bootcamp.

His teammate Leandro Trossard joined him in the interview, and when Leandro was asked three things about Wout as a person, Leandro pointed out that Wout has a great sense of humor. 

When Wout joined the Leicester team, he was new, and Leonard was already there, and Wout felt really welcomed by him. 

Leandro also said that Wout is a good player and is very friendly. 

They were asked many questions, but none of them had many answers, and Wout kept on laughing during the entire interview. 

Wout also pointed out three things about Leandro and said that he is a great player, joyful, and welcoming.

Wout wants to be a teacher? 

Wout has been playing football since he was young, and throughout all these years, he has made a successful career for him. 

However, in one of the interviews, when Wout was asked about what he would have done if he wasn’t a footballer, he replied that he sees himself as a teacher. 

If football didn’t happen in his life, he would have become a teacher because he loves interacting with people. 

Also, he would be able to get lots of holidays through that profession, which he would enjoy. 

But the interaction thing is what made him interested in the teaching profession. 

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