The boxer and his wife, singer Millie Corretjer, spent $41,000 on their newborn's room
Little Nina Lauren Ninette, daughter of Óscar De La Hoya and Millie Corretjer, lives like a queen. According to E! Online, the boxer of Mexican descent and his wife spent around $41,000 on their newborn’s nursery.
Some of the luxury items De La Hoya, 34, and the Puerto Rican singer, 33, purchased for their baby include an 18-karat, gold-decorated bonne nuit cradle, changing table and armoire. The pieces were ordered from prestigious manufacturer Art for Kids Furniture, a company that offers hand-painted, French vintage-style goods.
The cradle’s bedding is hand-embroidered and decorated with little Nina’s initials, made by British linen manufacturer Gordonsbury Company. Her Robbie Adrian blankets are all organic, which means that the cotton is free of chemicals that could harm the baby’s skin.
The baby, who was born on Dec. 29, is De La Hoya’s fourth child and his second with Corretjer. The boxer has two kids, 9-year-old Jacob and 8-year-old Atiana, with his ex, U.S. actress Shanna Moakler. Corretjer and De La Hoya were married on Oct. 5, 2001, and their first child, Óscar Gabriel, arrived on Dec. 29, 2005.