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Marcelo Antoni says his children work cleaning and cooking in Portugal: ‘It’s worth the money here’

Marcelo Antoni says his children work cleaning and cooking in Portugal: ‘It’s worth the money here’

The oldest gets R$4,926 for working in a restaurant, while the youngest gets R$480 for cleaning.

June 25
2024
– 10:49 am

(Updated at 11:27 a.m.)

Marcelo Anthony, his wife and three of their five children

Marcelo Anthony, his wife and three of their five children

Photo: @Instagram

Marcelo AnthonyHe is 59 years old and resides in Portugal. According to him, three of his five children are already working.

The eldest, Francisco, 21, is in a relationship with Monica Torres, and works as a kitchen assistant. Lucas, 23, and Luis, 19, both stepchildren, work in house cleaning services and walk dogs.

“All my children work. I never force them to do anything. Here in Portugal, the money is worth it. One euro is worth it. Francisco works as a kitchen assistant in a restaurant in Lisbon, earning 850 euros.” [algo em torno de R$ 4,926]It is the minimum wage here. “I help him with the rent, and with this money he earns, he pays the water, electricity and gas bills, and there is money left for him to live on,” said Marcelo Anthony, who appeared on Lida Nagel’s YouTube channel.

Then he talked about his stepchildren, Lucas and Luis, sons of Carolina Hollinger Vilar, but he considers them children because of their cohabitation. The actor has been married to the businesswoman since 2011. He said: “Lucas, my stepson and my son, cleans American homes. He earns 80 euros per cleaning, which is about 480 Brazilian reais. Luis, my other stepson, walks foreigners’ dogs. He earns euros.” 40 euros,” the actor continued.

Marcelo Anthony, his wife and four of their five children

Marcelo Anthony, his wife and four of their five children

Photo: @Instagram

A few weeks ago, Marcelo He started working as a luxury real estate agent. For the actor, his new career and the work of his children show that the mentality around working in Europe is different.

“These are the things that [meus filhos] They won’t do that in Brazil. Francisco will never be a kitchen assistant in Brazil. The mentality here in Europe is different. This creates a shell on them. They’re sure they won’t be cleaning forever, and they won’t be helping in the kitchen forever. Francisco told me: “Dad, I want to stay as a kitchen assistant for a year and a half, because I want to save money and get the best culinary course here in Europe.” I want to become a chef. Lucas and Louis are looking for a place to live in the Netherlands. They want to start there as couriers, delivering food by bike, because they earn a lot there. I’m saying this from a mental perspective, and how they approach life, which is something I didn’t have at my age. They face life as it is: they will be insulted by their boss, they will be ignored and discriminated against. “Parents always tend to say ‘yes’, and life itself will say ‘no’ to them, and they have to be prepared.”

In addition to Francisco, Lucas and Luis, Marcelo is also the father of Lorenzo, 12, and Stefani, 24. Both Francisco and Stephanie were adopted.

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