Harry Kane's children involved in three-car crash in Germany

By Isaac M April 13, 2024

Harry Kane’s three eldest children were taken to hospital as a precaution following a three-car crash in Germany.

The collision happened on Monday at around 5.15pm local time near Munich, just as the 30-year-old landed with Bayern Munich for their Champions League quarter-final match against Arsenal.

Munich Police said a Renault with four people had been turning left to gain access to the A95 motorway when it collided with an oncoming Mercedes carrying three of Kane’s children, aged between three and seven, travelling on state road 2071.

Pic: Hohenschaftlarn Fire Department
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The accident is being investigated. Pic: Hohenschaftlarn Fire Department

The Renault then skidded and also hit a Land Rover.

Police said: “All occupants of the vehicles involved suffered minor injuries as a result of the collision.”

Kane’s children, Louis, Vivienne, and Ivy were taken by an ambulance to hospital as a precaution.

The Munich force put the accident damage at tens of thousands of euros.

It added: “The junction area was partially closed for around two hours while the accident was being investigated. There were traffic disruptions.”

The England captain has four children with his wife, Kate.

His youngest child, baby Harry, born last August, and his wife were not in the vehicle.

Harry Kane. Pic: PA
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The 30-year-old swapped London for Munich last summer. Pic: PA

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Kane swapped London for Munich last summer as he left boyhood club Tottenham to join Bayern on a four-year deal.

He spent the first few months of his stay in Germany in a hotel as his wife Kate and their young family stayed behind before they all made the move into a new house after Christmas.

He has been taking German lessons to learn the language.

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