Nothing can beat him when he pitches and her knack for putting a fabulous outfit that has made Steven and Alex Gerrard one of football's most celebrated couples.
And now fans can see them live as a wall documentary show, takes an intimate look at the home life of the Liverpool star and his glamorous wife.
The couple will be featured in a new Channel 5 show, Being Liverpool, which goes after the scenes at the top Premiership club.
Team captain Steven had granted access for the cameras to his luxurious home, which is in the National Trust protected area of Formby.
In one episode, which will air on UK screens this Friday, he can be seen as he plays with his youngest daughter in his large kitchen.
While the 32-year old gently entices 10-month old Lourdes, to flounder towards him in a baby walker, the beautiful Alex was in the background, casually leaning beside the tasteful dark wood kitchen units.
There is a small drum kit behind her, which indicate that someone in the family has a musical talent.
Lourdes' big sisters, Lily-Ella, 8 and Lexie 6, also part of the show, and no one can deny that they are the apples of their parents' eyes.
In one scene, Steven watched as his eldest daughter sings at their karaoke.
He gives his supports by smiling widely as she sings confidently in to a microphone.
In another shot, the football star is seen hugging his daughters individually, pouring attention on each youngster individually.
The show also reveals that England skipper Steven is a modern man as the documentary follows him, when he helps his youngest to master a brightly coloured baby walker. Later on the show, Steven can be seen playing with her on the family's large, plump sofa.
The footage not only features how they live, but also gives fans a sneaky glimpse inside the couple's palatial home, and a chance to check out their interior design preferences.
Despite having the room tastefully decorated in neutral colours, there is also evidence of eccentric taste in it.
Behind the sofa, there is a large hand with its index finger and thumb connected to make the 'OK' sign. There is also a large metalic pillar holds an enormous black vase.
The couple has light puts coloured carpets all over their home, which can be seen as a brave move, considering there are three young children around the home.
The Gerrards can be watched in Being Liverpool, which follows the world-famous football club at the end of the 2011/12 season.
The new show will make its UK premier this Friday on Channel 5.