Marcos Llorente dealt with Euro 2020 COVID drama with topless wife

Marcos Llorente dealt with the drama just fine.

The 26-year-old Spanish soccer star was enjoying time away from the team with wife Patricia Noarbe after a positive COVID-19 test forced him off the team’s Euro 2020 squad. The couple showed off PDA at a beach in Mykonos in new photos Noarbe shared to Instagram over the weekend.

Llorente had to quickly rejoin his teammates, though, after the test was ruled a false positive. Spain opens their Euro Cup against Sweden on Monday.

Noarbe, the fitness influencer, who goes by “Paddy” for short, was pictured topless while Llorente wrapped his arm around her. A second snap showed the midfielder lounging on top of the model as she read a book.

“No one could imagine how special we are living,” she captioned her post, initially in Spanish, on Instagram.

Llorente, a member of Atlético Madrid and the Spain national team, tested positive for the coronavirus last Tuesday, according to the Spanish Soccer Federation.

“I didn’t even know what to think. I hardly slept that night, I just kept thinking about it. I wasn’t someone who’d been in close contact with Busquets; I couldn’t find an explanation,” Llorente siad. “The first hours were devastating, to feel like you’re going to miss out [on Euro 2020] for something you’d never expect. I leaned on my people, on my wife.”

Llorente and Noarbe are believed to have met sometime in 2017.