De Pfaffs

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De Phaffs is a Flemish reality show revolving around the family of former football goalkeeper Jean-Marie Pfaff.

Lyndsey Pfaff[edit]

Lyndsey Pfaff
Born (1978-10-04) 4 October 1978 (age 35)
Beveren-Waas, Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Other names Lyndsey Linda Marc
Spouse(s) Dave Volders
Children Bruce, Fay
Parents Jean-Marie Pfaff, Carmen Seth
Relatives Kelly Pfaff (sister), Debby Pfaff (sister)

Lyndsey Linda Marc Pfaff (born 4 October 1978 in Beveren-Waas) is a Belgian TV-personality.

She is the youngest daughter of former football goalkeeper Jean-Marie Pfaff and Carmen Seth. Her older sisters are Debby and Kelly. She went to the hotel school VTI Spijker and got her degree in hotel management. After college she worked in the tourism industry. A while later she worked for a production company called TV Company. Together with her sister Kelly, she hosted a 'lifestyle' show. She also worked as an editor for the Belgian magazine Flair. The Pfaff-family have their own reality show De Pfaffs on TV.

In 2004, Lyndsey married Dave Volders and they have two children, Bruce (born 20 July 2006) and Fay (born 10 September 2007). Shortly after her marriage, in 2005, she was seen in an episode of the Belgian version of Fear Factor.

Debby Pfaff[edit]

Debby Pfaff
Born (1975-05-30) May 30, 1975 (age 39)
Beveren-Waas, Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Other names Debby Edilbert Gerdina
Spouse(s) Nicolas Liébaert
Children Keano, Liam
Parents Jean-Marie Pfaff, Carmen Seth
Relatives Kelly Pfaff (sister), Lyndsey Pfaff (sister)

Debby Edilbert Gerdina Pfaff (born May 30, 1975 in Beveren-Waas) is a Belgian TV-personality.

She is the oldest daughter of former football goalkeeper Jean-Marie Pfaff and Carmen Seth. She has two younger sisters, called Kelly and Lyndsey. The Pfaff-family have a reality show, De Pfaffs. Debby has a relationship with Nicolas Liébaert and they have two sons, Keano (born November 4, 2004) and Liam (born May 27, 2006).

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