Marino baby's mother

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Marino baby's mother, According to the New York Post, the 42-year-old Donna Savattere has been in southwest London with her husband and children ever since word got out of her affair with the former NFL quarterback. The Post reported late last month that Savattere was paid millions to keep her affair with Marino under wraps and care for the pair's daughter, Chloe.

"My wife and I have been married for almost 30 years and have six children together," the quarterback wrote in a statement at the time. "And we continue to be a strong and loving family."

Marino and his baby's mother reportedly had the affair when Savattere was working as a production assistant at CBS Sports. Marino is part of the network's NFL coverage.

"This is a personal and private matter," Marino said in last month's statement. "I take full responsibility both personally and financially for my actions now as I did then. We mutually agreed to keep our arrangement private to protect all parties involved."

The Post reports that Savattere was spotted in London over the weekend, clutching the now-seven-year-old Chloe in her arms. She refused to comment as her husband, Nahil Younis, quickly drove the family away. You can view photos of Savattere and Chloe in London here.

Savettere married Younis in 2009, according to Belle News. The Daily Mail reported that the couple, who first met in the Bahamas, have a son together as well.

Savattere was previously married to a state trooper in New Jersey before she began her affair with Marino.

The socialite Savattere is no stranger to the spotlight. According to Radar Online, Marino baby's mother has homes in both the Upper West Side and the Hamptons. Therefore, she had previously been photographed by both New York Social Diary and Patrick McMullan.

These new photographs of Saveterre surfaced right around the time "Saturday Night Live" made fun of Marino's love affair.

During the cold open to this weekend's show, the series satirized CBS' coverage of the blackout during last Sunday's Super Bowl. With nothing to talk about as the lights were being fixed, actor Kenan Thompson, playing CBS host James Brown, asked an actor playing Marino about this alleged affair. You can watch video of that sketch here, courtesy of

Marino played 17 seasons in the league, all with the Miami Dolphins. He finished his career with over 61,000 passing yards and 420 touchdowns. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame back in 2005, just months after the birth of his love child.
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