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Boris Becker’s daughter Anna Ermakova cuts a casual figure

Boris Becker’s daughter Anna Ermakova arrived at Palma airport in Mallorca on Thursday ahead of attending a party thrown by German businessman Marcel Remus. 

The model, 22, – whose tennis star father was imprisoned in April – cut a casual figure as she strolled out of the terminal building and hopped into a waiting car.

She showed off her figure in a tight black body con dress and threw a comfortable white jumper over her shoulders. 

Touchdown: Boris Becker ‘s daughter Anna Ermakova arrived at Palma airport in Mallorca on Thursday ahead of attending a party thrown by German businessman Marcel Remus

She accessorised her summer look with quirky Dior sunglasses and wore her curly red tresses over her shoulders.

Anna opted to go makeup free as she made her arrival on the picturesque Spanish island but did have on a slick of light pink lip.

She was joined by a male friend as she exited the airport who she got into the car with before driving away. 

Holiday: The model, 22, - whose tennis star father was imprisoned in April - cut a casual figure as she strolled out of the terminal building and hopped into a waiting car

Holiday: The model, 22, – whose tennis star father was imprisoned in April – cut a casual figure as she strolled out of the terminal building and hopped into a waiting car

Last month, Anna and her mother Angela were spotted out in the city together, days after her father was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for hiding assets during bankruptcy proceedings.

Anna – who was infamously conceived on the stairwell of the Nobu restaurant in Park Lane – thanked members of the public for their support as her ex-Wimbledon Tennis champion father Boris, 54, was jailed in London’s Wandsworth Prison.

‘Thank you for all the support,’ she wrote on Instagram above a picture of a calm sea and clear blue sky.

After Boris’ sentencing, Anna said ‘it is not fair’ her 12-year-old half-brother will have to go without his father after the tennis legend was sentenced to two-and-a-half years behind bars for bankruptcy fraud.

Stylish: She showed off her figure in a tight black body con dress and threw a comfortable white jumper over her shoulders

Stylish: She showed off her figure in a tight black body con dress and threw a comfortable white jumper over her shoulders

Anna said she was concerned about the welfare of her younger sibling and added that she had written to the court before Boris was jailed.

The model said she hoped she could help her father ‘get through’ his time in prison by visiting him. 

Anna told German newspaper Bild: ‘I’m really in shock that my father has been sentenced to two years and six months.

‘I will support him and I will visit him whenever I can. I hope that will help him a little to get through the time.’

Glowing: Anna opted to go makeup free as she made her arrival on the picturesque Spanish island but did have on a slick of light pink lip

Glowing: Anna opted to go makeup free as she made her arrival on the picturesque Spanish island but did have on a slick of light pink lip

She added that she had ‘helped as best I could’ and had written to the court in support of her father before he was sentenced.

‘I wrote a letter to the court to express my concern for my little half-brother, Amadeus,’ she said.

‘After all, he is only 12 and will now have to do without a father figure, whom he will lack during a difficult phase of his development. It’s not fair to him. It’s going to be tough for Amadeus.’

Boris was told he was about to become a father to Anna by fax after he stepped out for a night on the town in 1999 while his then-wife Barbara checked into hospital in the mistaken belief that she was giving birth prematurely, already seven months’ pregnant with their second son.

Off we go! She was joined by a male friend as she exited the airport who she got into the car with before driving away

Off we go! She was joined by a male friend as she exited the airport who she got into the car with before driving away

Boris had crashed out of Wimbledon to Pat Rafter in the fourth round on the same night, deciding to retire from the sport.

He said he had ‘cried his eyes out’ after the game before spotting Russian model Angela Ermakova, Boris previously revealed in his autobiography.

Eight months later, he received the fax which notified him he was to become a father to Anna.

He is also father to Noah, 28, and Elias, 22, with Barbara, and Amadeus, 12, with ex-wife Lilly Becker, 45.

Boris was found to have hidden £2.5million worth of assets and loans to avoid paying his debts, and last month began his sentence at Wandsworth Prison, of which he has to serve a minimum of one year and three months.

He was declared bankrupt in June 2017, owing creditors almost £50million over an unpaid loan of more than £3million on his estate in Mallorca, Spain.

He transferred around £390,000 from his business account to others, including those of his ex-wife Barbara Becker and estranged wife Sharlely ‘Lilly’ Becker.

Father: Anna - who was infamously conceived on the stairwell of the Nobu restaurant in Park Lane - thanked members of the public for their support after Boris was jailed in April (Anna pictured in June)

Father: Anna – who was infamously conceived on the stairwell of the Nobu restaurant in Park Lane – thanked members of the public for their support after Boris was jailed in April (Anna pictured in June) 

Becker also failed to declare his share in a £1million property in his home town of Leimen, Germany, hid a bank loan of almost £700,000 – worth £1.1million with interest – and concealed 75,000 shares in a tech firm, valued at £66,000.

The star – who got a two-year suspended sentence for tax evasion and attempted tax evasion worth £1.4million in Germany in 2002 – was found guilty on April 8 of four Insolvency Act offences between June and October 2017.

On April 29, Judge Deborah Taylor sentenced the six-time Grand Slam champion to 30 months’ imprisonment, of which he will serve at least half.

Jailed: On April 29, Judge Deborah Taylor sentenced six-time Grand Slam champion Boris to 30 months' imprisonment, of which he will serve at least half

Jailed: On April 29, Judge Deborah Taylor sentenced six-time Grand Slam champion Boris to 30 months’ imprisonment, of which he will serve at least half

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