Lionel Messi's wife Antonela Roccuzzo couldn't hold back her emotions following Argentina's win against France in the 2022 World Cup final.

The 34-year-old model's video surfaced on Twitter Sunday in which she can be seen teary-eyed while posing with Messi.

In the same video, Messi's four-year-old son Ciro can also be seen kissing the trophy with the professional footballer's other two sons, Thiago, 10, and Mateo, 7, by his side.

A series of photos featuring the Messi family celebrating Argentina's victory was shared on Instagram. In the pictures, Roccuzzo was seen in tears as Messi held her in his arms.

Roccuzzo also took to the social media platform Sunday to share a series of photos celebrating the team's World Cup victory. In one of the pictures, the family posed together from the stadium with a smile. Another picture shows two of their kids kissing the World Cup trophy. The model also held the trophy in her hands with a huge smile.

"WORLD CHAMPIONS. I don't even know how to start... what a great pride we feel for you @leomessi. Thank you for teaching us to never give up, that we have to fight until the end," Roccuzzo captioned the post in Spanish.

"IT WAS FINALLY DONE YOU ARE A WORLD CHAMPION," she added. "We know what you suffered for so many years, what you wanted to achieve this !!! LET'S GO ARGENTINAAAAA."

In another post, she shared a picture of Messi kissing the World Cup trophy.

Messi and Roccuzzo know each other since they were kids. While their romance began in 2009, they got engaged in 2010. The couple welcomed their first baby in November 2012 and their second baby in September 2015.

They eventually got married in July 2017 in a star-studded ceremony with Spanish former soccer player Gerard Piqué and Colombian singer Shakira attending their wedding. The pair introduced another baby into their family in March 2018.

Meanwhile, Messi won the World Cup as Argentina defeated France on penalties in a final for the ages. The team triumphed 4-2 after Kylian Mbappe's hat trick ended the game after extra time. It was a stunning farewell for the 35-year-old Argentine captain as he played his fifth and final World Cup tournament.

Argentina's Lionel Messi, his wife, Antonella Roccuzzo and their son celebrated the occasion
Argentina's Lionel Messi, his wife, Antonella Roccuzzo and their son celebrated the occasion AFP / EITAN ABRAMOVICH