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Helen Svedin

Helen Svedin
Born (1976-10-22) 22 October 1976
Sollefteå, Sweden
Spouse(s) Luís Figo
Modeling information
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Blue
Measurements 33-24.5–34.5
Dress size 6 (UK) / 36 (European)
Manager Elite Model ManagementNew York, SS&M Model Management, Munich Models, Wiener Models, Modelwerk, East West Models

Helen Svedin (born 22 October 1976) is a Swedish model.

The face of H&M,[1] Svedin is married to former Portuguese footballer Luís Figo. They met in 1996 at a Joaquín Cortés show in Barcelona.[2] They have four children together: Daniela (born 1999), Martina (born 2002), Stella (born 2004), and fourth (born 2011). They presently live in Milan, Italy, where Figo used to play for local football team Inter.

Svedin has been in advertisements of Ana Sousa, Arena, Don Algodón, Friday's Project, Guess?, Isdin, Kia Motors, Land Rover, L'Oréal, Luciano Padovan, Nike, Vista Alegre, and Schwarzkopf. She has appeared on the covers of GQ, Elle, Telva, Marie Claire, and Woman.[3]


  1. ^ Aizlewood, John. "The top 10 World Cup wives." The Times, June 4, 2006.
  2. ^ Sanchidrian, Antonio. "Helen Swedin añora España." El Mundo, September 20, 2006.
  3. ^ monahesah (22 Nov 2014). "Luis Figo’s Wife Helen Svedin". Player Wags. Retrieved 23 May 2015. 

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