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5 cool facts about Nico Bolzico

A side from being Solenn Heussaff’s husband, we have known Nico Bolzico as the guy with funny Instagram posts, witty hashtags, and hilarious pranks. 

BALLING WITH BOLZ. Nico Bolzico shares his 'secret' to keeping his tresses gorgeous and fresh even after a day of playing football. 
But there a couple more things about this tall, brawny Argentinian with a gorgeous, wavy hair that makes him a social media darling. Here are five cool facts—and more—about Nico. 

He starts his day early

As they say, successful men begin their day early. Nico gets up from bed when the clock hits 6 o’clock in the morning, and starts with a cup of coffee while he feeds his pet turtle, Patato. He then spends an hour working out before going to work. 

At night, he makes sure to come home before 8:00 p.m. for dinner. Lights at their home are off at 11:00 p.m., which means that despite his busy schedule, he still manages to have at least six hours of sleep. His schedule allows him to balance his time between being a husband and a businessman—and a social media personality, too. 

He is afraid of spiders

Despite his manly built and strong physique, Nico shares the same fear with many of us as he is scared of itsy bitsy little spider, too. We can’t wait until Solenn pulls a spider prank on him.

He was a farm boy in Argentina

Before his social media fame, Nico was a farm boy in Argentina who now manages his own company specializing in agriculture technology. He shares, “One thing that my parents have inculcated in me is being a hard worker. We’re farmers so we begin work very early.”

While we recognize him for his wit, antics, and humor, Nico personally wants to be acknowledged for his hard work, too.

His nephew named his pet Patato

Nico’s equally Instagram-famous pet turtle Patato was actually a gift from his close friend. That is why he would say, “I didn’t choose Patato, Patato chose me.”

But it was his nephew, Kayden, who gave the turtle its name. Kayden, whom Nico calls Dr. Patato, then passed on the nickname to his uncle’s pet reptile. 

Nico's pet turtle Patato
He has 72 horses

Being someone who grew up in the farm, Nico enjoys spending time in the stables, whether to take care, play, or bring out one of his 72 horses for a ride. He loves his horses so much that he often jokes that he looks like one.

BONUS: The secret to his smooth, wavy hair

Nico’s gorgeous, wavy hair is, admittedly, one of his best assets. He takes care of his tresses using Head and Shoulders Cool Blast for Men shampoo, which he uses each time he takes a shower because aside from how it protects his head from dandruff, he also loves the feeling the menthol gives off.

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